In this sponsored post, third party intermediary Inenco invites readers to its annual forum, taking place next week:
Inenco will host its second Summer Utilities Forum on Thursday 22nd June 2017 at Inenco HQ in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire from 10:00am – 5:00pm, followed by an evening dinner at The Grand Hotel.
Jonty Bloom will be reprising the role of host. Bloom, a business correspondent, covers all areas of business, industry and economics stories for TV and radio. He has covered OPEC conferences, EU summits and the impact of terror attacks on the world’s stock markets.
Inenco is also delighted to announce it has secured an array of prestigious industry experts to speak on the day. Topics to be covered include:
- Shaping tomorrow’s energy system with Laura Sandys, TEDx speaker, former MP and CEO of Challenging Ideas
- Politics & energy in a post-election world with James Murray, Editor-in-Chief, BusinessGreen
- The TIDES of change: the future market place with Dean van Leeuwen, Futurologist & leading TEDx speaker
- Future-proofing your business and your skillset with Lee Warren, Behavioural psychologist
- and much more…
The event is completely free-to-attend and essential for those responsible for managing or purchasing business utilities to get the latest market updates and understand how the role of the energy professional will change over the coming years.
Reserve your free place to join the afternoon debate on ‘Driving the energy transition’, where Inenco welcomes a full panel of industry experts to discuss the innovation and technologies that are driving forward the UK’s energy transition and digital shift. Panel experts include: Richard Tarboton, Director of Energy at EY; Jon Bauer, Chief Technology Officer at Inenco and Jonathan Graham, Head of Policy at the Association for Decentralised Energy.
If you are interested in discovering more about the future of business utilities post-election, the ever-evolving role of energy professionals or influencing stakeholders in a changing professional environment, then this is the event for you.
To view the full agenda, sponsors, guest speaker profiles or to register your attendance, click here.
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