BUSINESS people in Moray are being given an exciting opportunity to learn the secrets of success at an event run by HIE Moray on Wednesday (February 13) at the Mansefield Hotel, Elgin.
Benjamin Cohen, technology correspondent for Channel 4 News, will be the main speaker, opening the seminar with a presentation on business transformation.
The benefits of the internet, software and technology will be highlighted by the London-based journalist who is the youngest correspondent ever to have been appointed to Channel 4.
Before branching into journalism, Benjamin was an internet entrepreneur, once becoming the youngest director of a public company.
The breakfast seminar is the second in a series of three e-business breakfasts in Moray where key speakers present on their ideas of considerable expertise.
Mandy Holmes, development manager at HIE Moray, said: “This presentation by Benjamin will be really stimulating for Moray’s business community and it offers a key insight into ensuring that a business thrives. HIE Moray is really pleased to be supporting this e-business breakfast which will be inspirational and promotes the transformation of business through learning and innovation.”
The event begins at 7am with coffee and registration followed by a breakfast and the presentation, finishing at 9am. Places are free and will be allocated on a first come basis.
To reserve your place contact Development Partners on 0800 838 321 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 01463 710845.
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