Revive & Thrive Events 2017
We are busy planning our calendar of regeneration events for 2017 and on the look out for exciting and inspiring venues. Revive & Thrive regeneration events this year will include two national conferences and multiple regional events and then many smaller more local networking meetings to cover issues you are facing locally to you.
Could your town or city host an event? Hosting one of our regeneration events is a great opportunity to show off your place and the great work that is happening where you live, work and play to some of the nations most influential place people. Drop us an email if you want to discuss further via firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03330 124285
All of our events are free to members of Revive & Thrive and you can find out more about membership benefits here.
Revive & Thrive Events already scheduled for this year are –
2nd and 3rd March – Revive & Thrive Legendary Places and Spring Conference, Northwich.
Key speakers include –
Simon Quin: Responding to Disruptive Change – What the research is telling us, incl Q&A
Jez Hall: Director of Shared Future CIC and coordinator of PB Partners: Participation and Place-Making: Thriving Communities through Participatory Budgeting
Jerry Schurder: Head of Business Rates, Gerald Eve: The impact of rate revaluation on BIDs and businesses in other places
Joe Barratt: Co founder of The Teenage Markets
Kim Cassidy: Professor of Services Marketing at Nottingham Trent University
Andrew Cooper: Chief Executive of Leeds BID
Robin Osterley: CEO of Retail Charity Association
17th March – Revive & Thrive South West Regional Meeting
Revive & Thrive is hosting a regional networking meeting in Exeter from 10.00, Friday 17th March at the Princesshay Management Suite in Exeter (EX1 1EU).
Our speakers for the day will be –
- Karen Street, Business Rates Retention Officer
- Dean Emery, Principal Revenues & Debt Recovery Officer
Both are from Taunton Deane Borough council and will talk about all things rates and revaluation and the new system.
The impact of these changes is going to affect some towns and cities more than others. BIDs in particular will have a special interest in this topic, and other towns will want to know what the impact is likely to be to businesses on their High Streets.
Our hosts, Exeter BID, will present their progress to date since coming into existence in July 2015; the pressures to deliver, their achievements to date and their plans for the coming year.
Over lunch there will also be an opportunity for you share your town’s achievements, ideas and concerns with others in a round table discussion.
This event is kindly sponsored by BIDBase. BIDBase is a powerful online database system designed specifically for Business Improvement Districts
Full agenda to follow but you can find out more details here
Revive & Thrive members can attend this, and all Revive & Thrive events, for free (contact email@example.com for access code to this event). Charge for non-members is £30.00 per delegate to cover costs.
If you have any enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03330 124285