The countdown to the ACUMEN BUSINESS CONVENTION 2017 has started with only a few weeks to go before the big day!
This year it is to be held on 16 May at The Grand Hotel, Brighton from 12pm starting off with a sumptuous sit down lunch with wine. There is a spectacular speaker line up, choice of workshops and many fantastic networking opportunities throughout the day.
Speakers this year features Jonas Kjellberg, founding partner of Skype who will be flown in from Sweden especially. Rob Forkan, co-founder of Gandys, will share his remarkable business story of how he and his brother set up their business after losing their parents in the Tsunami and their fantastic cause Orphans for Orphans.
Also, Sanderson Jones, co-founder of the unique business Sunday Assembly, and the best selling author and founder of ACUMEN BUSINESS LAW Penina Shepherd.
Over 250 decision makers have already booked their place. This year promises to be even bigger and better. It is always an annual sell-out event, so make sure you secure your ticket today, see full details & booking.
The ACUMEN BUSINESS CONVENTION has become a must-attend event for the movers and shakers of the business world of the south. It is now recognised as the most prestigious and professional business conference south of London.
Besides knowledge, inspiration and the latest business trends, it provides you with the perfect platform to endorse your business in front of leaders and decision makers of established businesses. It’s the place to be, where can you hear insightful speakers, utilise invaluable workshops, make contacts that really matter with around 300 decision makers and be delightfully entertained throughout.
The convention is aimed at promoting and enhancing business in the region as well as inspiring individuals and opening up opportunities.
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