North Devon businessmen at national conference
THE North Devon branch of the Federation of Small Businesses will be well represented at the FSB National Conference to be held in Aberdeen next month. Three members of the branch committee will be attendin - chairman, Mike Matthews from Lineal Software
THE North Devon branch of the Federation of Small Businesses will be well represented at the FSB National Conference to be held in Aberdeen next month.
Three members of the branch committee will be attendin - chairman, Mike Matthews from Lineal Software Solutions of Barnstaple; Keith Turner of Tawsa Limited from Barnstaple; and Darren Windett of Westcountry Alarms from Ilfracombe.
Lord Mandelson and the First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond will both address the conference, held at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, as small businesses examine how they can support a full economic recovery this year. Leader of the Conservative Party, David Cameron and Leader of the Liberal Democrat Party, Nick Clegg, have also been invited.
Other speakers include Kate Adie, John Sergeant and Lorraine Kelly.
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The event - the largest non-Governmental small business conference in the country - will be opened by the Lord Provost of Aberdeen, Peter Stephen and the theme will be 'The Brave Heart of Small Businesses'.
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