Bob Hewitt & Derek Bunker to speak at GIMA Conference

by | Feb 27, 2016 | News | 0 comments

GIMA have announced that Bob Hewitt, outgoing Chief Executive of Klondyke Group and owner of Alton Garden Centre, Derek Bunker, will both be speaking to delegates at the next GIMA Conference.

The event is being held on Thursday 14th April at the Heart of England Conference & Events Centre, near Coventry.

Joining the line up of speakers is Jane Lawler, new Associate member and founder of Lawler Associates.? Jane will be advising delegates how they can save money on their R&D expenditure.

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Vicky Nuttall, Director said ?I?m delighted with the line up of speakers and we hope to announce more very soon.? We?ll also be providing delegates with an update on some of the exciting things we?ve got planned for GIMA and its membership?

The Day Conference is open to anyone who wishes to attend, with ?members benefiting from subsidised rates.? The AGM will precede the Day Conference and is open to fully paid up ?members only.

To book your place, visit www.gima.org.uk/gime-dday-conferences, contact the office on 01959 564947 or e-mail info@gima.co.uk

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