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This Is Tees Valley Launch Event
July 14 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Excerpt from Eventbrite
“The region’s businesspeople can now book to attend the launch of national publication This Is Tees Valley 2022 at Teesside International Airport, with Tees Valley mayor Ben Houchen as keynote speaker before a Q&A with a panel of local business experts.
Up to 300 local businesspeople are expected to attend the prestigious event to mark the launch of the annual publication produced by Tees Business in association with Tees Valley Combined Authority.
Mayor Houchen will be keynote speaker at an event that will centre on a publication focused on all that’s great about the Tees region as a wonderful place to live, work and invest.
And his words will be followed by a Q&A discussion with an expert panel featuring:
• Sharon Lane (Tees Components MD and former Tees Businesswoman of the Year)
• Frans Calje (PD Ports CEO)
• Zoe Lewis (Middlesbrough College principal and CEO)
• Richard Bendelow (AeroCommerce founder and tech entrepreneur)
• Paul Booth CBE (Teesside University)
Food and refreshments will be available at the free event.
Along with Tees Valley Combined Authority, those who’ve booked space in This Is Tees Valley 2022 include Middlesbrough, Stockton, Redcar & Cleveland and Darlington councils, Teesside University, Middlesbrough College, Education Training Collective and Teesside High School.
Businesses nailing their colours to the mast by booking space include PD Ports, AV Dawson, ITS, Womble Bond Dickinson, Faithful+Gould, Tees Components, Erimus Insurance Brokers, Ashall Projects, Devereux Transport and Distribution, Tascomp, Sporting Lodge Inn, Ramsay Health Care, FW Capital, Wilton Engineering and Ardmore Craig.
Bookings are being taken until Friday, June 10. To discuss your requirements or book space, contact sales manager Chris Garbutt on 01642 450255 or email email@example.com.
The skilled team behind This Is Tees Valley can support clients with their editorials, photography, design at no additional charge.”