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Tees Engineering Network: Event with Durham Tees Valley Airport and px group

4th July 2019 @ 8:00 am - 10:30 am

Join us at the next TEN event on from 8am on Thursday July 4th at the School of Business at Teesside University.

Senior figures from Durham Tees Valley Airport, recently brought back into public ownership and px group, a leading provider of innovative operations management, engineering services and energy management solutions, will be the keynote speakers at the event. The event will be introduced by the new Mayor of Middlesbrough, Andy Preston.

Hear first-hand about the projects that are happening in the region. Meet and network with the key decision-makers and the local supply chain as you find out about future opportunities available to your business.

Please note the change in day for this event which has moved to a Thursday to coincide with the annual Tees Valley Business Summit in the Olympia Building. The Business Summit is the biggest business event in Tees Valley and will be happening right after this event, so we can hope you can join us for both events

Places are limited and go fast so register your place now!

To register for the Tees Engineering Network Event click here

To register for the Tees Valley Business Summit click here

8.00am Breakfast & networking
8.30am Welcome
8.40am Durham Tees Valley Airport
9.10am px group
9.40am Q&As
9.50am Further networking
10.30am End


To register for this event, please visit the Eventbrite page by clicking here


4th July 2019
8:00 am - 10:30 am
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Teesside University Business School
Southfield Lane
Middlesbrough, TS1 3BX
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