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17.01.19

Blog: Top 5 reasons why you should claim your free EvoNorth delegate pass today

If you're looking to find out what's happening in the Northern Powerhouse, make new connections, and share innovative ways of working, confirm your attendance for EvoNorth on 27 - 28 Feb 2019.

1 - You'll gain an invaluable insight into what's happening across the north

We have a wide range of speakers from across a number of sectors coming together to discuss what's happening in the north and sharing future plans. Find a full list of speakers here.

2 - It's your chance to meet like-minded individuals

All of the speakers, attendees and exhibitors have one common goal - to turn the Northern Powerhouse vision into a reality.

3 - Collaboration is key to a stronger Northern Powerhouse force

It's rare that everyone is under the same roof at the same time: EvoNorth makes it possible for you to collaborate, share best practice and build alliances.

4 - Its completely free for qualifying Public Sector individuals

Breakfast, lunch and stationary will all be provided by us, meaning there's absolutely no cost and attending won't impact your budget.

5 - Your peers are already registered

Our guest list is close to full with the public sector workers that have already registered - don't be the only one left behind your desk! Stay ahead of the game and register now!

Are you a civil servant, public sector decision-maker or influencer responsible for shaping and delivering public services? 

Do you work for a Local Authority, Housing Association, Local Enterprise Partnership, School, College, University or the NHS? 

Complete the form here to claim you free delegate pass to attend EvoNorth, an exclusive event designed exclusively for the North by the North in Manchester on 27th – 28th Feb 2019. Over the two days you’ll have access to panel discussions that focus on Education, Healthcare, Energy, Transport, Business and Investment as well as an exciting line-up of speakers  from Sunderland County Council, GMCA, Northern Powerhouse and many more…

Parking, refreshments and all catering free of charge

To register go to http://www.publicsectorexecutive.com/evonorth/public-sector

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