With issues such as poor productivity, devolution, industrial strategy, apprenticeships, and of course post-Brexit uncertainty, 2017 is clearly a year of huge economic challenges.
One of the keys to successfully dealing with these issues is better communication, connectivity and collaboration between the three crucial sectors that have a hand in fostering growth: education, economic development and employment. However, examples of really joined up approaches is unfortunately still a rarity. But what happens if organisations in these sectors really do start working more effectively together to tackle these sorts of problems?
This conference will look at how better insight - the "common language" of data - can bring these sectors together, and the effects this closer collaboration can have on regional economies. With thought leaders from each of these sectors set to speak, this conference is a must for anyone looking for ideas on how their organisation can work more effectively with other sectors to build a better economy.
We'll be updating this page to include speakers and themes over the next few weeks. To register for the conference, click here