Local businesses are invited to attend Dearne Valley College’s business conference, where the Chief Executive of ‘People United Against Crime’ (PUAC), David Ransom, has been confirmed to provide information about reducing the threats of crime to small and medium sized businesses.
The event, which is open to all businesses in the south of Yorkshire, is taking place on Friday, 21st June and Mr Ransom’s presentation will address issues at the forefront of the ‘business crime’ topic, as well as an overview of how businesses can make the most of the free services available from the Business Crime Reduction Centre (BCRC). BCRC is an initiative which offers independent security advice to small and medium sized enterprises in the Yorkshire and Humber region.
The conference will also feature further key note speakers, tackling subjects at the forefront of industry, and the opportunity to network with fellow businesses. The College’s Business Development team will also be on hand to discuss opportunities for businesses, including business Training and Apprenticeships, and attendees will also enjoy a free buffet lunch.
The FREE conference is taking place on Friday, 21st June, at 11am-3.30pm at the College’s Manvers campus. If you are interested in attending, bookings can be made through the ‘Eventbrite’ system at www.dearne-coll.eventbrite.co.uk. Any further enquiries can be directed to the College’s Business Development team on 01709 513147, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.