The next Breakfast Exchange will take place on Thursday, 8th March at The STEM Centre at Middlesbrough College.
This FREE networking event provides businesses with an opportunity to meet up on a less formal basis, chat, share, learn and do business. The Breakfast Exchange’s cosmopolitan approach remains along with its popular ‘Business in the Spotlight’ feature.
This month we will be shining the spotlight on Tees Advanced Manufacturing Park (TAMP). The £50m Park aims to put Middlesbrough and the Tees Valley at the forefront of advanced manufacturing in the UK. Work on the first phase of TAMP has already started and when completed it will create 180,000 sq ft of high-quality accommodation in a landscaped environment across ten buildings with the potential of up to 1,000 new jobs. The scheme has been funded through an innovative joint venture between Middlesbrough Council, Tees Valley Combined Authority and regional developer Cleveland Property Investments.
Following the TAMP presentation, North East Regional Special Operations Unit (NERSOU) will also be joining us to talk about cybercrime and how business can keep themselves safe from attack.
And finally, Tees Valley Cyber College, based at Durham Tees Valley Airport and the first of its kind in England will be sharing more information about its cyber security programme. The course has been designed to empower SME's across Tees Valley with the skills to thwart cybercrime, decrypt data and untangle malware.
It will be a busy event, packed with lots of information of relevance to the local business community. Come along, find out more and take the opportunity to network with other business people.
Should you experience any problems booking your place please contact event organisers The Creative Alchemist on 01642 224706.
IMPORTANT CAR PARKING INFORMATION
There is on-street meter parking around Middlesbrough College. Parking will also be available in Middlesbrough College Car Park A off Vulcan Street and this will be free until 9 am.