Online event: Building collective economic resilience

In hard economic times, how can businesses and charities build our collective resilience in Buckinghamshire?


A global pandemic and a cost of living crisis are impacting residents, businesses, charities and the public sector across Buckinghamshire. How can we work together to build our collective economic resilience for these and future challenges?


At this unique event we’ll bring you important economic insights from the Buckinghamshire LEP (Local Enterprise Partnership) and explore how the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector and businesses operating in Buckinghamshire can support each other in these hard times.


The online event will feature new economic insights from Buckinghamshire LEP, a panel of leaders sharing their thoughts about community resilience, and an opportunity for attendees to discuss the findings in breakout rooms.


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Host and panel

Hosted by Ellie Harries, Bucks Data Exchange Project Manager.


Guest speakers include:

Gill Harding – Community Support Head of Service at Buckinghamshire Council

Ian Barham – Partnership Director at Buckinghamshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP)

Mark Ormerod – Chair Buckinghamshire VCSE Partnership Board and CEO of Leap.

Saad Ehsan – Research Manager at Buckinghamshire LEP

Tomas Pukalski – Director of Framework Digital, providing a small business perspective


How to book your place

Click the button below to book your place at the event through Eventbrite. 

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