The fu­ture is bright

EADT Suffolk - - SOCIETY -

More than 40 lead­ing busi­ness peo­ple at­tended the an­nual In­vest in Suf­folk Am­bas­sadors din­ner, hosted by Wher­stead Park, just out­side Ip­swich, to cel­e­brate lo­cal busi­ness achieve­ments over the past year and to out­line plans for the fu­ture. In­vest in Suf­folk was launched by Suf­folk County Coun­cil in 2014 to pro­mote the county as a busi­ness lo­ca­tion and to re­spond to in­ward in­vest­ment en­quiries and op­por­tu­ni­ties. Its key mes­sage is ‘Suf­folk is the bright choice for your busi­ness’. Work­ing with Suf­folk Cham­ber of Com­merce, In­vest in Suf­folk has re­cruited more than 100 high pro­file busi­ness lead­ers and pro­fes­sion­als as am­bas­sadors who use their ex­per­tise to cham­pion the county as a busi­ness lo­ca­tion, while en­sur­ing a bal­ance with its at­trac­tive coun­try­side, towns and vil­lages.

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Ian Waine, Gra­ham Kill

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Tamara Unwin, Chris Starkie

Katy Ford, Mary Gra­ham

Wil­liam Coe, Stephen Britt

An­drew Wheeler, Brad Jones

Gra­ham Abbey, Si­mon Bur­ton

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