Three Things Summit to support small and medium sized UK businesses

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Three Things Summit to support small and medium sized UK businesses

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Current and former CEOs from some of the UK's best-known companies will come together and offer their advice to SMEs at this month’s Three Things Summit.

Being held on 26-28 April, the virtual event will see keynote speakers offer just three pieces of positive, forward-looking, and actionable advice for small businesses to help them build back better in 2021.

Speakers at the event include Sharon White, chair of the John Lewis Partnership, Lord Karan Bilimoria of Cobra Beer and CBI, Octopus Energy’s Greg Williams, and William Reeve, non-exec chairman of Nutmeg.

All Together is a not-for-profit collective made up of established CEOs and business leaders who give up their time pro bono to support small and medium sized businesses throughout the UK. Members include the founders of Innocent drinks, ex-CEOs of The White Stuff, Flying Tiger and The Body Shop, and also leaders from the restaurant sector, including Martin Williams, CEO of Gaucho and M Restaurant brands.

“The pandemic may be waning, but there are still tough times ahead for SMEs. We have pulled together an extraordinary group of CEOs to speak at the ‘Three Things’ Summit,” says Jamie Mitchell, Founder and Director of All Together.

“There has never been a more important time to ask for help, and the summit is about looking ahead and giving small business actionable advice on how they can thrive as the economy recovers. It aims to be the antidote to the typical pandemic webinar, and we want to focus on the positives by sharing some big but tangible ideas on how we can build back better.”

The summit will be broken into three key areas on each day: digital, workplace, and sustainability. Each day will consist of a keynote presentation, followed by a panel discussion on each topic with a range of All Together’s volunteer advisors.

To find out more about the summit and to register for free, click here

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