National Enterprise Network (NEN) has today officially launched its annual conference – Enterprise Impact 2017. Taking place on Friday 1st December, the conference is supported and hosted by Natwest for the third year and will take place at RBS head office in London.

The format for the day has been revised so that alongside plenary sessions there will be the addition of a number of exciting breakout sessions. These will provide a more informal and relaxed delivery of learning; whilst offering delegates plenty of ideas and knowledge to take away to implement in their organisations and in their client discussions. Sessions focus on relevant topic areas such as Artificial Intelligence, advancements in payment techonology, where enterprise fits in with current Government Policy and property management.

The main conference will include interesting and motivational speakers addressing the bigger economic picture focussing on the impacts to small business and enterprise; with details on other contributors to be released in the coming weeks.

The conference will also include the annual National Enterprise Network Awards – to recognise the work of its members and associaties in the exceptional delivery of enterprise support services. This year the awards celebrate 10 years and in that time they have recognised hundreds of organisations and individuals who work in the sector.

Dawn Whiteley MBE, NEN Chief Executive commented, “We know those who work in the enterprise support sector believe in the work they do and are passionate about it. Our conference is a key date in the enterprise calendar, providing these dedicated enterprise professionals with useful knowledge, guidance and inspiration that helps them make a real impact in their support of pre start and start up businesses.”

Enterprise Impact 2017 is open to anyone who works in or is interested in the enterprise support sector; with tickets for non members priced at £150 plus VAT and available online from EventBrite. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.