How connected are we?
Planes, trains and automobiles - and ships - help connect the North East with the rest of the country and the rest of the world.
But is our connectivity as good as it could, or should be?
Join us for the latest in The Journal and The Gazette's series of business breakfasts where a panel of experts will debate the issues facing connectivity and transport links in the North East, and take questions from the floor.
The event is in association with East Coast and will look at all aspects of transportation - by air, road, rail and sea.
The event host:
Senior Partner of Recognition Marketing and PR, Chairman of the Institute of Directors in the North East, and board member of the Entrepreneurs’ Forum
Stephen Catchpole, Managing Director, Tees Valley Unlimited
Rachel Turnbull, Chief Executive, TT2 Ltd
Ross Smith, Director of Policy, North East Chamber of Commerce
Graeme Mason, Planning & Corporate Affairs Director, Newcastle International Airport
Anne-Marie Trevelyan, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Berwick upon Tweed & Dual the A1 Campaign Group
Martin Turner, Head of Sales, East Coast
Matthew Hunt, Port Director, Port of Sunderland
Thursday 25th September 2014
7.30am – 10.30am
Ramside Hall Hotel, Co.Durham
Book your places:
Tickets - £25 +VAT
Tables of 10 - £200 +VAT
(package includes refreshments & a full English breakfast)
To reserve your seats please call Lesley Hampson, Event Manager, on 0191 201 6435 or email firstname.lastname@example.org