Throughout 2017 Bournemouth Council is organising a series of ‘town-hall’ style discussions, centred on specific subjects to educate and inform decision-making.We need to hear the business’ voice.
A little over 200 years ago, believing that the idyllic views and refreshing sea air had restorative powers, the healthy, happy town of Bournemouth was founded.
For the next instalment of Connected Bournemouth (November 14th) we want to explore the importance of protecting our beautiful natural environment and the role our environment plays in attracting talent to work in Bournemouth. To help facilitate this, the town is making strides to become a Green Economy Leader with the help of local businesses and the community. Going green can bring about improvements in public perception and the bottom line, so is your business making the most of the opportunities available?
Once again, we’ve lined up some brilliant speakers to set the stage.
And then, just as we have with previous meet-ups, we’ll open it up to you, the community, to work with us to make Bournemouth a better, healthier and happier business community. Once again, the very generous Steele Raymond have offered to host us which means spaces are limited.
*Parking is available opposite in Richmond Gardens*