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Friday 25th September
Webinar, 10am - 12pm

The roadmap to recovery

The scale of the economic crisis from COVID-19 is unprecedented and has called for collective leadership to support a ‘ground-up recovery’ based on an unrivalled understanding of our local economies.

Join our Annual Conference to hear about the key stages of response, and what more we are doing to re-ignite and re-build our economy.

Meet our panel of experts drawn from business, local government, education, community and the third sector, who will share their views on Hertfordshire's future. Take part in our live polls to have your say in the debate. Stay on for our AGM and meet our business-led Board.




Mark Bretton
Chair, Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership and Chair, LEP Network

Neil Hayes
CEO, Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership



Cllr David Williams
Leader, Hertfordshire County Council and Chair, Hertfordshire Growth Board

Julie Newlan MBE
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Business and International Development), University of Hertfordshire

Ceri Humphrey
Finance Director, VolkerFitzpatrick

Cllr Linda Haysey, Leader
East Herts District Council and Chair, Community Reassurance Cell, Local Resilience Forum

Tina Barnard
CEO, Watford Community Housing

Helen Gray
Director, Hertfordshire Community Foundation

Who should attend?

What measures are being put in place to help me make my business more resilient?

What skills programmes are available to help support our future needs?

Community Leaders
What more can we do together to ensure no community or individual is left behind?


What is the future of teaching delivery and what lessons have been learned so far?

How can we encourage more businesses to look to Hertfordshire to innovate and grow sustainably?


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