BCU hosts Chambers event

Speakers and guests debate issues facing business in the year ahead

Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce held its Quarterly Business Report event at Birmingham City University’s Curzon Building, where more then 80 guests debated key issues facing businesses in the year ahead. Speakers included Chambers’ president Greg Lowson, Prof Mark Gilman from Birmingham City University, Prof David Bailey of Aston University, Adrian Maxwell, managing director of coffee machine manufacturers Fracino and John Mortimer, co-founder and chief executive of the Angela Mortimer group. The event was sponsored by leading recruitment firm Katie Bard.


  1. Prof Mark Gilman, Adrian Maxwell, John Mortimer, Prof David Bailey, Greg Lowson
  2. Ann Cain, Sarah Stilliard
  3. Jas Sansi, Stuart Gooderham
  4. Adam Maguire, Alexandra Hutchinson
  5. Katie Keates, Kathy Poole
  6. Neil Bowler, Sue Timms
  7. Ravi Kaushal, Gill Hutchinson