Date: 25th May 2017
Location: Rochdale Town Hall, The Esplanade, Rochdale, OL16 1AB
Time: 8:00am - 10:00am
Theme: Operational efficiency, Sustainability
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Bringing together two important topics for SMEs in Greater Manchester, Barclays is hosting a breakfast briefing on 25th May in partnership with the Business Growth Hub and Rochdale Council.
Aimed at local businesses, this event will address:
- The issues around Cyber Crime and how to protect yourself and your business
- The opportunities to make bottom line cost savings through energy efficiency
Registration & refreshments
Welcome, Martin Hirst, Barclays Business Manager
Cyber Crime, Gareth Godard, Barclays Digital Eagle
We have seen huge advancements in technology over the last decade and the internet has completely transformed the way we live our lives and do business. However as we become increasingly connected through devices and technology, it can leave us all more exposed to fraud, scams and other online threats.
Gareth will provide you with information to help you identify and manage the risks that could affect you and your business.
Q&A on cyber crime
Energy efficiency, Claire Scott, Environmental Business Advisor
Government research indicates that SMEs are missing out on savings of up to 25% on their energy bill – just from simple low or no cost measures. The Business Growth Hub has launched a fully-funded support package to help Greater Manchester SMEs become more efficient, productive, and sustainable.
Claire will share top tips to cut energy use in your operations and will also explain how the Growth Hub’s expert advisors can help you optimise your energy usage, get ahead of the competition, and build resilience against rising energy prices.
Q&A on energy efficiency
Networking & Close