Suffolk Coast Business Event: Enhanced Routes to Market

Jun 28 2017 09:00 - 14:30

Ufford Park Hotel, Ufford Park Woodbridge Hotel, IP12 1QW Woodbridge


Join us on June 28th for the 5th annual Suffolk Coast Business Event at Ufford Park Hotel and Spa sponsored by Suffolk Coastal District Council, Ensors Chartered Accountants and Marshall Hatchick.

Our 2017 theme is Enhanced Routes to Market and this year's event will bring you the latest initiatives to grow and develop your business on the Suffolk Coast, with insights into how one of Suffolk's largest car retailers, John Grose, adapts its marketing to suit consumer trends; plus workshops on image, headline writing, boosting your business with a smartphone video and a whistle stop tour of intellectual property and cyber security.

This is your event and is the only one of its kind in the Suffolk Coastal area.

The event will be opened by Stephen Baker, joint chief executive of Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils, the keynote speech will be delivered by Ian Twinley, Chairman of The John Grose Group and the highlighted speaker is Paul Simon, Head of Communications at Suffolk Chamber of Commerce. Your 2017 workshop leaders are Marianne Muir (Image and Impact Consultant), Anne Gould (Digital Storyteller), Sam Parnell(Measured Brilliance) and cyber intelligence and intellectual property expert, Andrew Tillman; plus there will be networking opportunities and business booster presentations from the trade stands, giving you the delegate up to 15 additional presentations.

Delegate price includes networking lunch, refreshments and delegate list.

9am Registration
9.20am Event opens - Stephen Baker
9.35am Keynote speaker - Ian Twinley
10.05am Highlighted speaker - Paul Simon
10.30am Business Booster Presentations
11.10am Coffee/Tea
11.30am Choice of 2 workshops
12.10pm Business Booster Presentations
1pm Networking Lunch
2pm Choice of 2 workshops
2.30pm Event close

Early Bird Ticket

Not Available


Full Price Ticket

GBP 39.00 + GBP 1.77 fee


Suffolk Day Offer

Not Available


Ian Twinley

Chairman, John Grose