South Coast accountancy firm, Inspire, will be holding their fourth Entrepreneurs’ Conference at the Bournemouth International Centre on the 20th November 2018.
The theme of this year’s conference, ‘Evolution’, will tackle how South Coast business leaders and entrepreneurs can continually evolve and adapt their businesses to ensure future success – an appropriate topic in light of the UK’s current political climate.
The line-up of industry-leading speakers includes Zopa co-Founder and CEO, James Alexander; leading motivational speaker and breakfast TV life coach, Pete Cohen; the UK’s ‘most hated’ sales trainer Benjamin Dennehy; Mr and Mrs Smith co-founder, Tamara Lohan MBE; and local entrepreneur and creator of Dorset’s first gin distillery, Rupert Holloway.
Founder and Managing Director of Inspire, Warren Munson, said: “I’m really excited to be back with our fourth Entrepreneurs’ Conference. It’s vital that business owners and entrepreneurs consider how they can enable further growth by evolving and adapting to changing times. This is why this year’s theme and the great line up of speakers is so relevant and thought provoking for our guests’’.
With over 250 of the South Coast’s most successful business owners and entrepreneurs attending the event, the day promises to bring a diverse range of sectors and industries together in an atmosphere of shared learning, growth and entrepreneurship.
To register your interest in attending please contact by calling 01202 717867 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ellis Jones Daily Echo Digital Halo.