Two days to go until businesses must pick a side…

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There are only two days to go until businesses across the North will be challenged to pick a side; be the disruptor or the disrupted at TheBusinessDesk.com’s free virtual Disruptors North conference.

With the final speakers announced last week, the line up includes:

      • Juergen Maier, UK industrialist and former CEO of Siemens
      • Mandy Ridyard, financial director, Produmax and chair of Space Hub Yorkshire
      • David Richards, co- founder and CEO, WANdisco
      • Beckie Taylor, CEO, TechReturners
      • Ian Brown, CEO, UKFast
      • Jonathan Thompson, chief executive, BankNorth
      • Sarah Tulip, head of digital transformation, BJSS
      • Charlotte Bailey, COO, Panintelligence
      • Dan Graham, CTO, 247 Group

The day will feature over 40 speakers across 11 events at the wide ranging conference, offering delegates the chance to hear from business leaders and experts on topics such as how to boost skills and create the conditions for innovative businesses to flourish or looking at the future of the urban environment.

The one-day event brought to you by TheBusinessDesk.com alongside headline sponsors Deloitte, Clarion, UKFast and Quba aims to encourage and inspire business leaders and managers who know they need to become a disruptor.

It will inform attendees on what is being done by the region’s politicians and policymakers to attract technology companies and investments, boost skills and create the conditions for innovative businesses to flourish.

The event is also being backed by sponsors Nexus, Curveblock, Stickyeyes, Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund, WeLink and Ribble Cycles, and will see the over 300 registered attendees also explore topics including space and the economic opportunities it offers,  unlocking the potential of data, and meeting the next generation of disruptors who are continued the tradition of innovation from the North.

To find out more and to book your free tickets click here.

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