Businesses big and small are encouraged to sign up for Business Peak District's free annual conference and information event on Monday 8 September.
The event is also a rare opportunity to gain an insight into the operation of one of the area's most successful businesses - Hope Construction Materials – which is hosting the conference.
Places are limited so register now for a free place to avoid disappointment.
A pre-conference guided tour is just part of the event set up by Business Peak District, which represents key business sectors including food and drink, retail, business services, property and transport, land and farming, tourism, social enterprise and manufacturing.
Other highlights will include inspirational speakers, who will share their business success hints and tips including how to avoid HR headaches as a small business and opportunities to boost sales using local branding
Jim Harrison, Chairman of Business Peak District and Managing Director of Thornbridge Brewery, said:
"This event is more than simply an annual conference – we have geared the evening to be as useful and informative as possible to help local businesses keep up to date with the latest developments.
"With some of the Peak District's leading business support agencies and contacts attending, it really is a must-go event.
"We are immensely proud that the Peak District continues to be a vibrant and enterprising area for businesses and this is a brilliant opportunity to find out what the future holds and what local initiatives are available to help move your business forward."
- Business Peak District is a business driven body which, supported by local authority partners in the area, aims to represent the interests of business within the Peak District.
- Business Peak District also aims to lobby government and Local Enterprise Partnerships to ensure that the support offered in the region is appropriate to the rural nature of the area.
- Local Authority partners include: Derbyshire Dales District Council, High Peak Borough and Staffordshire Moorlands District Councils and the Peak District National Park Authority.