What’s on in Yorkshire for SMEs in March 2016

 

What: The Big Breakfast www.creativecalderdale.co.uk

When: Friday 11th March from 9am

Where : Happy Days Cycles and Cafe in Sowerby Bridge.

The next Big Breakfast will take place on Friday 11th March from the slightly later starting time of 9am at the brand new Happy Days Cycles and Cafe in Sowerby Bridge.

We’re lucky to get this sneak peek into the cafe before it’s official Grand Opening on Saturday 12th. The cafe is the newest expansion of this inspiring social enterprise, which gives job opportunities to the homeless a\nd vulnerable through bike recycling.

Join us for an informal mingle with like-minded creatives, meet new faces, catch-up with colleagues or just get out of the office for half an hour. It’s also a good opportunity to pick our brains for creative or business advice so please feel free. We’ll always do our best to help!

If you’re definitely coming we’d appreciate a tweet, and why not suggest some venues for future meet ups whilst you’re tweeting – its our mission to find the best cafe in Calderdale!

We don’t do name badges or sign up’s for the #BB so just tweet us @CreativeCalder and let us know you are coming, croissants and refreshments provided. If you aren’t a tweeter just email izzy.brittain@innovationhalifax.net


What: International Women’s Day Conference by Yorkshire Ladies Links

http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/international-womens-day-conference-by-yorkshire-ladies-links-tickets-17485210736?aff=ebrowse

When: Tuesday, 8 March 2016 from 09:30 to 16:00 (GMT)

Where: Pavilions of Harrogate Great Yorkshire Showground HG2 8NZ Harrogate

Join us to celebrate International Women’s Day at Yorkshire’s largest networking conference for women. Hundreds of ladies returning to The Pavilions of Harrogate for a second year to Be Inspired!

Join 8 inspirational guest speakers sharing knowledge, experience and success stories. Attend free business workshops offering expert advice on Business Coaching, Finance, Marketing, PR and Social Media. Network with over 65 exhibitors and hundreds of delegates attending.Exhibitor spaces are now limited – contact us events@yorkshireladieslinks.co.uk for bookings.

8 award winning motivational speakers are set to join us, here’s who’s joining us so far

Welcoming back to our third Yorkshire Ladies Links Conference as host for the day is well known journalist and presenter Christa Ackroyd.


What: Yorkshire Meet the Buyer Event Constructionline http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/yorkshire-meet-the-buyer-event-tickets-20617420259?aff=ebrowse

When: Thursday, 17 March 2016 from 08:30 to 14:00 (GMT)

Where: Headingley Experience, Leeds, United Kingdom

Come and discuss work opportunities face-to-face with main contractors and public sector buyers.

If you’re interested in talking to top buyers about upcoming work opportunities, this event is for you.

Constructionline would like to invite you to our next Meet the Buyer event, which is being hosted at the Headingley Experience, Leeds. This event gives you the chance to talk to main contractors and public sector buyers from the region and nationwide, as well as an opportunity to hear about upcoming work contracts in the area.

This is a FREE event open to members and non-members of Constructionline.


What: YORKSHIRE MANAGERS ANNUAL LECTURE 2016

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/yorkshire-managers-annual-lecture-2016-tickets-20993946459

When Monday, 14 March 2016 from 18:00 to 20:00 (GMT)

Where Leeds University Business School – Moorland Road. Maurice Keyworth Building. Leeds, West Yorkshire LS6 1AN GB

AN EVENING WITH GARY HETHERINGTONCEO of Leeds Rhinos RL, Yorkshire Carnegie RUand Headingley Cricket and Rugby Stadiums

Gary Hetherington is the CEO of Leeds Rhinos (currently the most successful Rugby League Club in the world).

He is also CEO of Yorkshire Carnegie Rugby Union, and CEO of the company that owns and manages Headingley Cricket and Rugby Stadiums, home of Yorkshire County Cricket and host to many England cricket matches.Come to hear how a former Rugby League player and Quaker Oats salesman from Castleford, came to be the Chief Executive of one of the most successful sporting organisations in the UK.

What lessons can we learn from his success, both as a businessman, and on the sporting field? And what’s in store for the future? Gary is the Keynote Speaker in the prestigious Annual Lecture of the Yorkshire Managers organisation. This event is being organised in association with the Executive Education Team of Leeds University Business School.