Broads visitor attraction to host district’s business forum breakfast

The Waveney River Centre. Picture: Nick Butcher

The Waveney River Centre. Picture: Nick Butcher

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The campaign to grow the A11 into a tech corridor for national businesses will be discussed during a business breakfast in South Norfolk.

The district’s business forum will be holding a breakfast event at the Waveney River Centre in Burgh St Peter on Wednesday, June 6.

Among the speakers will be Linn Clabburn from the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership, who will update attendees on efforts to securing inward investment, which will attract businesses to relocate and grow along the A11 corridor between Norwich and Cambridge.

Karl Gessner and Grant Rudgley from accountants Price Bailey will be speaking about how to grow your business, as well as the discussing results of recent research benchmarking Norfolk against other parts of the UK on business optimism in a world outside the EU.

Around 50 local businesses are expected to attend the event, which starts at 7.30am and will finish at around 9.30am.

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