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Inspirational speakers include aviation expert
A TOP European aviation expert is among a trio of prestigious speakers taking the centre stage at Hampshire’s premier business conference.
Award-winning adviser Judith Moreton joins the high-flying corporate leaders at the Hampshire Chamber of Commerce conference on Monday, November 11.
Ms Moreton holds the European Business Aviation Award for her outstanding contribution to the international aviation business following a 20-year career in aircraft operations and management and is the founder of Little Blue Private Jets, a consultancy providing aircraft purchase and charter services.
She is joined by internet supremo Carl Churchill, who is the managing director of online payment service provider NetPay Group.
He has been tipped by the Sunday Times Rich List to generate a net worth of £100 million by 2020.
Meanwhile, financial expert Dr Adam Marshall will give a keynote speech into insight and analysis of the economy.
Dr Mars-hall is the director of police and external affairs at the British Chambers of Commerce and represents more than 100,000 member businesses in his dealings with Whitehall, Westminster and the media.
There will also be an exhibition, networking opportunities and a panel which will debate topical issues such as the latest thinking on business practices and government initiatives to drive growth.
Networking The compere is chairman of Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership Geoff French – a civil engineer who is president of the International Federation of Consulting Engineers and the senior vice president of the Institution of Civil Engineers The event is sponsored by law firm Clarke Willmott and chamber deputy chief executive Maureen Frost said: “We have three highly acclaimed speakers to inspire and motivate the conference. Our panel of industry experts will then help our audience explore even more business matters and gain professional advice.
“Alongside, there is a fantastic opportunity to network and forge new business contacts while visiting our exhibition and it promises to be a fascinating day.”
The conference runs from 8.30am-2.30pm in the Basingstoke Country Hotel in Scures Hill, near Hook.
Entrance costs £25 for chamber members and £30 inc VAT for non-members.
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