Upcoming Events

11 October 2019

Member Lunch

Bringing like-minded people together for a chance to slip out of the office for an hour or two, our Autumn lunch is at Banyan, Newcastle, where you can 'eat, drink and escape' with your fellow entrepreneurs. The Small...

15 October 2019

Exchange Event: Leading World-Class Teams with Simon Hartley

There's no way to overstate how important a great team is to a business' success. But winning teams are tough to find — and even tougher to build. In our upcoming exchange event, Simon Hartley (Be World Class) will he...

24 October 2019

On-site visit to Northumbria Police Marine Unit

Policing dangerous criminals on our waterways to recovering a tiny sim card from the murky waters of the River Tyne is all in a day’s work for Northumbria Police’s marine unit. Based in Jarrow, Northumbria Police’s ma...

25 October 2019

Member Curry Night

The second of our Autumn social events sees members come together to enjoy traditional Indian cooking with a twenty-first century twist at the Motiraj restaurant in Sunderland. Come along and join us for a Friday nigh...

05 November 2019

Member Event: Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies

The constantly evolving diversity of our region’s biotech industry is one of its greatest assets. Managing that evolution and directing it to take advantage of changing markets and new goals comes naturally to the fir...

07 November 2019

Entrepreneurs' Conference: Fortune Favours the Brave

Early Bird Offer - Book your place before the Monday 30th September and bring a guest for only £150 +VAT (combined). Sponsored by Recognition PR and hosted by BBC journalist and presenter Charlie Charlton, Fortune Fa...

12 November 2019

Round Table Debate: Performance Management

In our final Round Table debate of the year, we will be exploring how to get the best out of your business whilst dealing with the worst. Our debates are a great chance to talk strategy and share ideas and experiences....

14 November 2019

Focus Dinner with Tony Trapp, OSBIT

You could say that Dr Tony Trapp was destined to be an entrepreneur. During his school years, Tony sold ex¬plosive sodium pellets to fellow pupils, much to the dismay of parents and his headteacher. Swapping schoolwork f...