THURROCK Enterprise Week will return from Monday, 6 to Friday, 10 March 2023, supporting local businesses and promoting entrepreneurship and growth across the borough with a series of interactive workshops, business networking opportunities, panel discussions and talks from industry experts.
The announcement comes from Thurrock Council. Ut says throughout the week-long series of events, businesses will have the opportunity to explore key themes a such as strengthening and growing their business, staying up to date with key economic development projects across Thurrock, and championing women in the workplace as part of celebrating International Women’s Day on Wednesday 8 March 2023.
Next year’s events will strive to support Thurrock’s budding young entrepreneurs, with a special guest speaker inspiring local students to consider the thrilling opportunities of starting a business, alongside industry experts highlighting the support available to businesses in Thurrock.
Council leader Cllr Mark Coxshall, who is also cabinet member for growth, said “The return of Thurrock Enterprise Week marks a new start to our relationship to businesses as we support and promote them to grow, innovate, and make a positive contribution to regenerated Thurrock.
“Our agenda will be to get business leaders considering and discussing a wide range of themes, helping them to develop the skills required to strengthen their business further and take their work within the community.
“Next year’s event, we look forward to working with lots of different audiences, including local schools and helping to nurture those with an interest in or passion for business. Our young people are the business leaders of tomorrow, and their involvement in the week can help sow the seeds of great business ideas for generations to come.”
The full Thurrock Enterprise Week agenda of virtual and in-person events will be announced in the new year, alongside details of how to sign up to receive more information ahead of the week.
For the latest #TEW2023 announcements follow the Thurrock Business Facebook page.
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