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This one-day event brings together Public and Private Sector leaders to engage and debate the key issues in growing the West Midlands economy.
The conference will be an exciting mix of keynotes, panel sessions, presentations and breakout sessions; designed to explore the growth opportunities, to showcase major game-changing projects, innovation and technology; featuring the next generation of talent and enterprise and focusing on housing and inward investment across the West Midlands.
Our conference programme promises energy and interaction; with an audience of key players - large corporates to SMEs and public sector attendees. The conference will explore the progress made by the WMCA in its first two years and the challenges of achieving its growth strategy.
With the recent big wins of the Commonwealth Games and the City of Culture we will consider how the Region can capitalise on these opportunities, creating a landscape for growth. How It will attract investment, develop cutting edge technologies, generate jobs, build world-class developments and shape urban environments to achieve places which are inclusive and attractive to live and work.
We will also focus on the next generation and why education and skills development are fundamentals to driving success and will showcase major projects with an investment value of circa. The West Midlands Combined Authority has an economy worth circa.About Gartner.
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