THERE are only a few spaces left for Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership's annual conference.

Over 400 delegates have already registered their attendance for Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership’s Eighth Annual Conference, with less than three weeks remaining.

The conference, which has grown its reputation as one of Worcestershire’s biggest business events, will be taking place on Friday, November 30 at the Chateau Impney in Droitwich, focusing on how innovative developments led by the LEP are helping to boost productivity, tackle the skills shortage and boost productivity.

This year’s conference will be hosted by author, BBC reporter and radio expert, Kate Russell and she will be joined by digital transformation strategist, Tiffany St James, the keynote speaker for this year’s event.

Gary Woodman, chief executive of the LEP, said: “We look forward to hosting another highly-attended business event that will showcase how Worcestershire LEP is working to address some of the largest business challenges.

"I am delighted to see the great amount of interest we have had from the region’s business community and, with a limited number of spaces available, I would urge all interested companies to register their place at the earliest opportunity.”

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