With exciting redevelopment plans for projects across the region, NRL’s North East branch were delighted to support the Tees Valley Business Summit – joining the list of exhibitors at the online networking event.
The local recruitment team have been working with clients on projects in the region for over thirty years, most recently supporting a number of contractors on the Tees Renewable Energy Plant. They were therefore delighted to be able to add their support to this important business summit - including meeting with other regional stakeholders through virtual networking sessions.
Talking ahead of the virtual event, Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen told event organisers UMi,
"This is one of the Tees Valley’s most important business events and it is even more crucial now. As we look to start to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, it’s vital our brilliant businesses come together, work together and get advice on all of the business support and funding available to help them not just survive, but come back stronger than ever.
The summit may be in a different format than previous years, but it will still provide a great opportunity for firms big and small across our key sectors to come together to showcase the talent, resilience and innovation within the Tees Valley.”
Adding to the Mayor’s comment, NRL Branch Manager Emma Lowden said,
"It’s great to see investment being secured for the Teesside region. As a local business, we’re keen to support as many local people as possible to benefit from this much welcomed boost.”
Find out more: teesvalleysummit.co.uk