Innesco sponsors Movers and Shakers – UK PLCDigital Editor
Innesco will sponsor the movers and shakers breakfast, to be held Friday 19 September. As sponsor, Innesco will showcase its expertise in marketing communications for the real estate industry and add to its growing reputation in the industry.
The movers and shakers property networking forum returns to London on Friday, at The Dorchester, Park Lane. The event will focus on the role of the UK PLC in ‘city growth’ and will gather corporations from right across the UK. The breakfast is to be chaired by Damian Wild, Editor of Estates Gazette and will be particularly interesting as the results of the Scottish independence referendum are announced just an hour before. Many inside the room will be adjusting to the decision taken by the Scottish people.
With its focus on UK PLC, the five speakers give good representation across the country. They include Sir Howard Bernstein of Manchester City Council and Sir Eddie Lister who is deputy mayor of London. It is a rare opportunity to gather the most important business leaders in the country in one room. As a networking event it is unrivalled and the quality of speakers will no doubt make Friday morning one to remember.
Innesco is pleased to sponsor the breakfast on such a historic occasion. Founder and Managing Director of Innesco, Dan Innes, commented, ‘Innesco is delighted to support this hugely successful networking event. We pride ourselves on our contacts and ability to bring the right people together at the right time, therefore sponsoring this event is representative of our own business. We want to take the opportunity to discuss the property industry with its leaders and discuss the ways in which Innesco can help grow their businesses.’
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Damian Wild, Editor at Estates Gazette
Sir Eddie Lister, Mayor’s Chief of Staff and Deputy Mayor, Policy and Planning, GLA
Sir Howard Bernstein, Chief Executive, Manchester City Council
Sir Michael Bear, Chairman, UKTI RIO
Tony Travers, Director of Greater London Group, LSE
Mark Rogers, Chief Executive and Director of Economy, Birmingham City Council