Posted on April 4, 2017 by staff

Two new speakers confirmed for Lancashire Powerhouse event


Two new big name speakers have been confirmed for BusinessCloud’s  Lancashire Powerhouse conference on April 19.

The half-day conference  forms part of St George’s Day Festival and will take place in Lytham St Annes.

Daniel Halenko, CEO of Bellit Security Group and William Fletcher, managing director of Recycling Lives, are the latest leading manufacturers and fast-growing companies to be confirmed for the event.

Lancashire is working hard to raise its national and international credentials, evidenced by exhibiting at MIPIM for the first time and having the largest ever presence at the Farnborough Airshow.

As part of the St George’s Day Charity Festival, which is now in its ninth year, BusinessCloud will be hosting a half-day conference to look at the county’s  growing  reputation and its role in the wider Northern Powerhouse.

Editore, and award-winning journalist, Chris Maguire will quiz a number of the biggest names in Lancashire business and uncover the secrets of their success.

The event is being sponsored by Roundhouse Properties and runs from 9am to 12.30pm. Join the discussion on Twitter at #LancashirePowerhouse.

The other confirmed speakers are: David Haythornthwaite, chairman, Tangerine Group;  Jeremy Lefton, managing director, Roundhouse Properties; Stephen Johnson, ROQ; Matthew Hirst, CEO, Utiligroup; Mark Woodward, CEO, Printed Cup Company; Paul Bailey, managing director, Optimum Rx Group; Luke Massie, managing director, Vibe Tickets; David Jones, managing director, VEKA UK;  Kate Willard, head of corporate projects, Stobart Group / chair of Atlantic Gateway; chair of Liverpool City Region’s digital and creative board / vice chair of Liverpool City Region Superport; Stewart Townsend, managing director, Digital Lancashire; Claire Fryer, managing director, Mosaic Care Group; and Keith Edwards, managing director, TES Radio.