Tunbridge Wells Business Show - Speaker List

Workshops, seminars & keynote speakers at Tunbridge Wells Business Show 7th November 2024

Neil Simmons – TN Recruits

Launched in 2014, the TN Recruits team has over 70 years’ joint experience. They take pride in a fresh approach to recruitment, combining our industry knowledge with modern technology to enable accurate and efficient matching of candidates to jobs.

They are open and honest in their assessment of client and candidate needs and take on each new assignment with enthusiasm.

With their professional approach, they take careful consideration of exactly what is right for all parties, which leads to a high rate of success for all parties.

See Neil speaking on the Brilliant Businesses Podcast: https://brilliantbusinesses.biz/story/neil-simmons-tn-recruits


Loch Associates

Loch Associates Group are experts in developing solutions to help organisations manage and look after their people. They provide a unique combination of employment law, HR, training & wellbeing and mediation expertise, ensuring clients have access to a range of services from a single trusted partner.

Emma Pearce – Pearce Marketing

LinkedIn is so underutilised by many business people…
It is a fantastic platform for all stages of your career and business development…
This session with Emma Pearce will give you so many insights and practical tips to implement immediately.
Learn about:
  • Optimising your personal profile (are you missing some of the essentials?)
  • Content ideas and best practice
  • How to use LinkedIn for lead generation
Don’t miss the opportunities that LinkedIn can offer!

Fizz on Foot – Ian Shearer

English Sparkling Wine is at the heart of all our food and wine experiences, as well as our walking and wine tours. With each cork popped, a new patriotic and cherished memory is created!

Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce – Camilla Maurice

A skilled workforce is at the heart of every business, yet navigating the complexity of the education landscape and the myriad ways of engaging with schools and colleges can be overwhelming. The Local Skills Improvement Plan (LSIP) acts as a blueprint for addressing regional skills gaps and shortages. By placing employers at the forefront of local skills and education discussions, it ensures their needs are central to finding solutions. There are many ways employers can get involved- but which is best for your business, and how will they help connect you to your future workforce, or boost productivity by upskilling your current team?