Gateley Legal address disruption and innovation at annual business conference

10th October 2019, 3:26 pm

The Manchester office of Gateley Legal will be running a Business Conference at Manchester Central on Wednesday 20th November at 8am. 

The conference invites business leaders and professional advisors from across the region to discuss how financial and business issues will impact their future.

Taking the theme of disruption and innovation, forward thinkers will share their insight on how businesses will be disrupted and transformed by factors such as Brexit and how they can survive and embrace change. They will also discuss how Manchester is leading by example with the delivery of significant transformation projects over the coming years.

Speakers confirmed to be at the conference include:

  • Patricia Keating, executive director at Tech Manchester
  • Milly Camley, CEO of The Institute for Turnaround
  • James Hurley, enterprise editor at The Times
  • Alec Laurie, founder & director, Laudale Associates
  • Nohman & Rizwan Ahmed, founders of Crep Protect

Stuart Tait, Restructuring partner at Gateley Legal commented: “Our Business conference is the biggest external event in the annual Gateley calendar. It’s vital that businesses are aware of what disruption and innovation means for people, processes and projects within an organisation.

“Our straight-talking panel of speakers have some vital information to deliver which will help businesses tackle commercial and economic challenges head on.

“It’s an exciting opportunity to find out what experience and insights our speakers have to share, which has helped them deal with commercial and economic change.”

To book your place or to find out more information click here.

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