'˜Stellar line-up' confirmed for business conference in Milton Keynes

Business leaders from across the UK will converge in Milton Keynes next week (29th March) as the first ever I.C.A. Conference takes place at the Open University.

Wednesday, 22nd March 2017, 10:43 am
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 10:59 am

A stellar line-up of CEO level speakers from inspiring businesses will be delivering keynote speeches to delegates, aiming to inspire local businesses to grow and scale up as part of the official celebrations of MK50.

Conference organisers Jeanius Consulting and Marketing By Us said support from the business community has been overwhelming. Jean Gowin of Jeanius Consulting said: “We’re very excited to be bringing some truly inspirational speakers to MK, and it’s great that so many key local businesses will be in attendance. The MK50 celebrations are an opportunity for businesses to look to the future and the I.C.A. Conference is all about encouraging growth.”

The conference will represent the cream of the local corporate community and some of the most successful organisations in the UK and internationally, with an impressive list of companies represented as sponsors, supporters and delegates.

The exciting keynote speaker lineup includes Gary Turner, the Co-Founder and MD of Xero, Craig Donaldson, CEO of Metro Bank, Ian Mason, Head of Development at Virgin StartUp, Maureen Sumner Smith, COO at BSI EMEA, Mark Collins, co-founder of CityFibre, Irene Graham, CEO of ScaleUp Institute and Emma Titmus, manager of Primary Markets at the London Stock Exchange as well as many others business experts and even a successful Dragons’ Den pitch.

The event is supported by MK Business Leaders, MK Chamber, Invest Milton Keynes, MK College, FSB and Business MK.

Sponsors include SEMLEP, Velocity, CityFibre, Geoffrey Leaver Solicitors, Carey Pensions, Hillier Hopkins, Evolution International, Metro Bank, Red Thread Partnership, City Stay Apartments and MK College.

Tickets for the conference have been selling fast with a few still available from www.icaconferenceuk.com