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BIG 2014 – Growth Conversations

About the workshops

Are you looking to grow a business? Considering seeking help and advice from the public and/or private sectors? Do you need some inspiration to get your growth plans in place?

The Growth Conversation workshops, presented by Boost Business Lancashire, focus on four of the county’s successful and innovative companies and the ‘secrets to their success’.

Attendees will get practical tips on embracing innovation and delivering business growth as well as an opportunity to put their own questions to the panel. If you are serious about growing your business these workshops are a must-attend.

Each ‘growth conversation’ workshop will run as a ‘fireside chat’ format presented by experienced business journalist and facilitator Michael Taylor.

The Growth Conversations take place at the following times:

14.50 – 15.40 (Workshop 1C)
Dawood Fard (Centurus) and James Saunders (FDM Digital)

15.50 – 16.40 (Workshop 2C)
Ewan Baldry (Juno Racing) and Barry Jackson (Hivehaus - image below))

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About BIG:

BIG Conference 2014 - Transformation: Mission & Ambition

Wednesday 18th June, 2014 - Creative Edge, Edge Hill University

This year’s Business Innovation for Growth (BIG) Conference theme is ‘Transformation: Mission & Ambition’ – how creativity and innovation can unlock expanding and emerging markets. BIG conference will be Lancashire’s contribution to IFB2014.

BIG 2014 will combine keynote speakers, workshops and seminars with practical demonstrations and case-studies to showcase what is possible and inspire new ideas through an exploration of new technologies, game changing ideas and our relationships with users – whether its product, digital or service development ….and more.

BIG2014 will combine keynote speakers, workshops and seminars with practical demonstrations and case-studies to showcase what is possible and inspire new ideas.

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