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Tees Valley Business Club – Middlesbrough Digital – Business, Boho and Beyond
16th May 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
There’s a booming digital and tech sector in the Tees Valley and the region has been recognised as a hub for digital business.
Middlesbrough Council, Teesside University and Digital City have come together to form a Digital Cluster to ensure the future of this sector continues with the support and infrastructure necessary for growth of digital businesses.
Middlesbrough Digital Manager, Dan Watson, and Digital City Investment Manager, David Dixon, will present the future of what has been dubbed as the Boho Zone in Middlesbrough and will invite some of the Boho Zone’s businesses to present their stories of business, Boho and beyond.
There are limited places for this event so early booking is recommended.
Running order for the evening is as follows:
6.00pm Registration with Tea/Coffee, light supper and open networking
6.30pm Welcome and introduction from Jane Reynolds, Chair, TVBC
6.35pm Business, Boho and Beyond – Dan Watson, Middlesbrough Digital & David Dixon, Digital City
7.00pm Boho Next Gen – Intro by Mark Barlow, Logic Architecture with film and concept overview
7.10pm Boho Business Stories: –
• James Lees, Marketing Director – Mabo
• Bob Makin, Managing Director – Sockmonkey Studios
• Danielle Bloom, Director – Calm Digital
• Peter Turner, Managing Director – Cocoon & Bauer
7.40pm Business Card Exchange and Networking
8.30pm Event close
Member invitations will be issued by direct email.
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All places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.