Chamber event with Katie Bard looks at how region’s firms can get ahead
How Birmingham and the West Midlands can get ahead was debated by business leaders at a Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce breakfast event in partnership with recruitment and people development agency Katie Bard. Around 100 business professionals took part in the event, hosted by Deutsche Bank at its Brindleyplace offices, which provided a closer look at the results of the Chambers’ quarterly economic survey, which is supported by Katie Bard.
1 David Bailey, Jerry Blackett, John Mortimer, Paul Anderson.
2 Verity Stokes, Professor Roy Harrison.
3 Paul Jones, Professor Robert Elliott.
4 Waheed Saleem, Fayaz Malik, Peter Plisner.
5 David Short, Carlo Corradini.
6 Claire Jones, Natasha Purewal.
7 Ivan Moore, David Hardman.
8 Chris Horsley, Mandy Canny.
9 John Lamb, Malcolm Davidson, Ben Collins.