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Your chance to question captains of industry
4:34pm Monday 28th January 2013 in News
PLACES are still available for some of the guest speakers at next week’s Daily Echo South Coast Business Works 2013.
Captains of industry from across the south will be at the free exhibition at the De Vere Grand Harbour Hotel on February 5 to forge new contacts.
Visitors will also get the chance to hear from some of the region’s most inspirational businessmen and women.
Disabled yachtsman Geoff Holt will be opening the show at 9am telling his story about how the 46-year-old from Hampshire became the first quadriplegic yachtsman to sail solo around Great Britain five years ago.
Keeping a workforce healthy, fit and committed will be the topic of Claire Mattinson’s talk from 11am.
The NHS worker will be discussing how the Workplace Wellbeing Charter provides a framework for action to support employers to build good practice in health and work within their organisation.
Employment lawyer and managing partner of exhibition sponsors Trethowans, Simon Rhodes, will present a session to help business owners and managers focus on getting the very best out of their people to achieve good business results from 1pm.
His talk will also cover recruiting good people, creating a culture of success, building a reputation based on your people and creating a good business.
Simon will also be joining a Question Time Business Panel which will be chaired by Lee Peck of LeePeckGroup from 2pm. A panel of experts will discuss the key issues affecting today’s business community so let us know the questions you would like put to the business panel.
To submit your questions to the panel and for visitor registration visit dailyecho.co.uk/business/businessworks.
n See the 12-page Business Works supplement in tomorrow’s Daily Echo focusing on all the main exhibitors.