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HPH to Host Wiltshire Economic Forum at Bewley House

HPH Commercial Property will be hosting a special event in conjunction with Insider Media at the end of September.

The Wiltshire Economic Forum will take place at HPH-owned Bewley House in Chippenham – a sustainable, refurbished office building in the town centre – on Friday 28th September at 7.30am.

The Forum will focus on issues such as the state of play in regards to the Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), the role of large businesses in fostering support for smaller businesses and start ups, energy efficiency in commercial buildings, and other hot topics affecting businesses in the county.

Neil Tague, Editor for Insider Media said, “Some might be surprised to learn that Wiltshire is home to more of the businesses in the Insider Top 500 South West Companies than any other sub-region of the South West, but the facts are there in black and white – this is a highly successful business destination.”

“Major corporate names choose it for location, a highly skilled workforce and access to both north-south and east-west routes, while the lifestyle offer is also a draw. What Wiltshire’s big issue may be is one of identity – what does it stand for, who’s in charge and where is it going? In this debate, we’ll hear from some of the top names in business and politics.”

Confirmed speakers for the event include; Paul Johnson, Chair of Swindon and Wiltshire LEP; Wayne Locke, Director of Ashtenne; Jane Scott OBE, Leader of Wiltshire Council; Lindsay Holdoway, Managing Director of HPH Commercial Property and Paul Freeston, Chief Executive of Apetito

Lindsay Holdoway said, “We’re looking forward to welcoming some of the most influential people in business in Wiltshire to the Forum on 28th September for an informative discussion on the business climate in Wiltshire, and how we can all play a part in supporting the growth of commercial enterprises in the region.”

 

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