Capital West London Growth Summit 2019

West London’s world-class creative sector and opportunities for ongoing regeneration, development and growth will be the focus of the Capital West London Growth Summit 2019 on 29th October at The Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith.

Amol Rajan, the BBC’s first ever Media Editor, will chair the event and an array of relevant speakers and panellists continue to join the line-up. As chair, Amol’s creative background will add insight and industry knowledge to the debate. He has interviewed some of the key influencers in London, including Boris Johnson and Sadiq Khan.

The conference will bring together key stakeholders to highlight the scale of the economic power-house, boasting an economy of £73bn – making the region the second largest economy in the UK, after the city of London. Home to many creative and entrepreneurial businesses along with established cultural, life sciences and knowledge economies, the summit will showcase the six London boroughs’ – Barnet, Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Harrow and Hounslow’s – commitment to achieving a unified vision for continued progress.

Infrastructure developments, skills and workforce updates and business development opportunity will be discussed and the Growth Summit will set the platform for the launch of the Creative Sector Manifesto for West London.

Commenting about the innovative and ground-breaking Capital West London partnership, Ealing Council leader,
and Chair of the West London Economic Prosperity Board, Cllr Julian Bell said: “Capital West London will help us showcase the fantastic community, culture and diversity we have in our area. Over the coming pages, you can learn more about all the key assets that come together to make West London so special. We look forward to welcoming more businesses into the area and working with new investors as we continue to drive West London forward.”

Early bird tickets are available, click here to book your place.

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