City’s commercial potential to be focus of conference

Norwich BID is hosting a conference on the city's commercial potential Picture: Antony Kelly

Norwich BID is hosting a conference on the city's commercial potential Picture: Antony Kelly - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2007

Norwich's commercial needs will be the focus of a conference bringing together local and national experts.

The event will be the second in Norwich Business Improvement District (BID)'s City Conversations series and will discuss how the city can exploit potential growth, the potential impact of Brexit and how businesses and educators can work more closely together.

Among the speakers will be Naomi Clayton, policy and research manager at Centre for Cities, Prof Fiona Lettice, pro vice chancellor for research and innovation at the University of East Anglia and Sarah Steed, business director at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA).

There will be discussion panels and question and answer sessions as well as a buffet lunch.

The free event runs from 9am to 2pm on Tuesday at NUA. Places can be booked by visiting https://bit.ly/2HIYRXC.

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