Networking and Events
Boston College's employer events bring together key member from the regional economy and inspirational speakers from the world of business, support organisations and government.
By targeting crucial issues, such as technology, recruitment, marketing, finance and apprenticeships, the events can also help make valuable connections and stay ahead of the competition.
By gaining support for these events it helps the College understand your skills needs, which in turn means the College can shape teaching to ensure these are met.
Tuesday 2nd October, Breakfast, Boston College
A showcase of the courses Boston College has available to support healthy workforce initiatives, as well as highlighting local challenges.
Guest Speaker: Active Boston, Lincolnshire County Council
In partnership with Lincolnshire County Council.
TBC, Breakfast, Boston College
Discussion in regards to the newly released Budget, as well as a opportunity to discuss any issues on skills issue
Guest Speaker: Ducan and Toplis
In partnership with Chattertons and Duncan and Toplis
Friday 22nd November, Breakfast, Boston College
A showcase to raise awareness of the products produced locally and to build new links between companies.
In partnership with Boston Borough Council, Duncan and Toplis, Metsa Wood, Barclays Bank and Business Lincolnshire
Wednesday 27th November, 8:00am - 2:00pm, EMAT Centre
Funding Fair in partnership with Business Lincolnshire
Wednesday 29th January, TBC, Boston College
Reviewing Boston's cultural and trade links and looking at ways of maximising the opportunities these provide - from traditional sea freight to e-commerce.
In partnership with Barclays and Sportbikeshop.
Friday 28th February, TBC, Boston College
To look at the development of visitor economy.
Guest Speaker: David Norton
In partnership with Boston Town Team and Springfields
Wednesday 24th April, TBC, Boston College
An overview of the Government policies and a Q&A on business issues within the area.
Guest Speaker: Matt Warman MP
Wednesday 10th June, TBC, Boston College
To look into the impact of the new power station in Boston and the potential of Logistics Academy.
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