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Expert panel to discuss Stockport Economy

Stockport’s largest commercial property landlord, OrbitDevelopments, is partnering with Greater Manchester Business Week,one of the Manchester Evening News titles, to host a breakfastevent discussing the state of the economy in Stockport and thetown’s potential to become the leading business destination inGreater Manchester.

The event will be chaired by Manchester Evening News BusinessEditor, Adam Jupp, and feature a number of guest panellists talkingabout the big Stockport issues.

The confirmed panel includes Brian Bradley, a partner at ClarkeNicklin, John Cook, head of employment at SAS Daniels, andStockport Council chief executive Eamonn Boylan with additionalpanellists to be announced.

They will discuss how future developments will impact onStockport businesses and draw business back into the town centre,and will reflect on changes that have already taken place in thearea over the last 18 months.

Local firms’ investment in the area and commitment to the townwill also be a talking point, as will the overall strategy requiredto change perceptions of Stockport for the better.

Panel members will also share stories about the partnershipsbeing formed to evolve the town into a business destination andguests will be encouraged to put forward their questions.

The event takes place at Regent House on Tuesday 17th March from7.30am to 9am. Guests can enjoy a bite to eat and the opportunityto network with local businesses.

To register interest in attending visit http://stockporteconomicbreakfast.eventbrite.co.uk

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