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Virtual Tees Valley Business Summit

14th October 2020 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm




This year, the Tees Valley Business Summit is being held virtually across two days, 14th-15th October 09:00-13:00. This free to attend virtual event will connect the Tees Valley business community through an innovative, intuitive, and interactive virtual experience to help them do more by connecting them with the right information, resources and expertise so they can go further.

Run in association with Tees Valley Business, Tees Valley Combined Authority and the Tees Valley Mayor, the Business Summit has become the number one event in the region that brings the business community together. Last year’s event saw more than 1,000 industry leaders, business owners and managers attend the show, with over 100 of the region’s firms exhibiting.

Built on world-leading technology, this year’s event will return virtually, allowing attendees, partners, exhibitors and speakers to meet in a secure online space.  If you wish to exhibit at the event. there is a charge that you will need to pay.


To register to attend or exhibit at the event, please click here.





14th October 2020
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
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