George Clarke to lead next month's Entrepreneurs' Forum lineup at Wynyard Hall

The TV architect will be joined by a host of local entrepreneurs at the 'Fortune Favours the Brave' event

Mark Pinder George Clarke at the Treehouse in Kielder, Northumberland
George Clarke at the Treehouse in Kielder, Northumberland

TV architect George Clarke will lead the speaker line-up at next month’s Entrepreneurs’ Forum conference, set to take place at Wynyard Hall.

Delegates at the ‘Fortune Favours the Brave’ conference will hear from the man behind George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces and Restoration Man.

Joining the North Eastern personality will be David Cooper, founder of multi-award winning Coopers Coffee; Richard Kirk, chief executive of Polyphoonix; and Pamela Petty, managing director of Newton Aycliffe manufacturer, Ebac.

Former Parachute Regiment and SAS soldier, and ex-head of the Counter Terrorist Unit, Floyd Woodrow, will also appear as the entrepreneur behind security organisation Britam Defence Ltd and Chrysalis Worldwide.

Following last year’s event at BALTIC, the November 20 conference is the first major event held by the Forum at Wynyard Hall.

The event will be hosted by former BBC Radio Cleveland man, Alan Wright, while sponsorship comes from Darlington-based Recognition Marketing & PR

Other local entrepreneurs such as Bryan Bunn of Nortech Solutions; Alex Hayward of Phusion IM; and Arnab Basu MBE of Kromek Group will also inform conference attendees of their experiences.

Graham Robb, a board member of the Forum and founder of Recognition Marketing & PR, said: “This year’s Fortune Favours the Brave business conference is lining up to be an amazing day. As a business we are delighted to be involved in an event that will not only inspire delegates with stories from highly regarded entrepreneurs from around the country, but also recognises and celebrates the fantastic entrepreneurial innovation within our own region.

“It’s a unique opportunity for North East business owners to come together, connect and share knowledge and experience.”

For more information on the event visit www.entrepreneursforum.net .

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