• Corporate partner Erol Huseyin to participate in keynote debate

    Brachers is delighted to be co-sponsor of one of the key events in the annual business calendar in Kent, supporting the Kent Business Debate that will take place at lunchtime on Wednesday 15 May as one of the centrepieces of the Business Vision LIVE annual conference and exhibition.

    Business Vision LIVE is the largest business event in the South East and has been running annually since 2006. The free event offers a wide variety of sessions across a host of key subjects and is a fantastic opportunity for the business community to network as well as gain new insights into topical issues.

    The Kent Business Debate will be an opportunity for business owners and senior managers to discuss and explore the critical business matters affecting Kent and beyond, and to listen to the perspectives of an impressive panel of speakers. This includes Erol Huseyin – Partner in the Commercial Team at Brachers; Clive Stevens – Chairman of co-sponsor Kreston Reeves; Barbara Cooper – Corporate Director Growth, Environment and Transport at KCC; and Paul Winter – Chairman and Managing Director of leading Kent manufacturing business Wire Belt Company.

    Also contributing will be Elizabeth de Jong – Policy Director at the Freight Transport Association; Deirdre Wells – Chief Executive of Visit Kent; and Allan Buckwell – Chair of the Kent Landowners’ Association.

    As well as sponsoring and participating in the Kent Business Debate, Brachers will have a stand in the exhibition alongside the firm’s specialist HR consultancy, Kent HR.

    Commenting on the event, Erol Huseyin said: “We are delighted to be sponsoring the Kent Business Debate, in what is sure to be a fascinating and thought-provoking discussion. There will certainly be no shortage of relevant topics to talk about, and I very much look forward to contributing alongside the distinguished panel of contributors.

    “More broadly, the whole Business Vision LIVE event looks set to be indispensable for business leaders and managers. There will be a keynote speech from BBC Business Editor Simon Jack and a rich array of sessions on everything from cybersecurity to social media, and from productivity to mental health in the workplace. I urge everyone that is able to attend to do so!”

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