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Economist Mark Berrisford-Smith to speak at Swale Business Awards event at Macknades Fine Foods in Selling Road, Faversham

09 June 2014
by Sittingbourne reporter

A leading economist is set to visit Swale.

Mark Berrisford-Smith, global head of economics for HSBC UK commercial banking, will give a keynote speech on the overview of the UK economy and potential export opportunities next Thursday, June 19.

Economist Mark Berrisford-Smith

Economist Mark Berrisford-Smith

Macknades Fine Foods in Selling Road, Faversham, will host the free event between 5pm and 7pm. Refreshments will be provided.

It also an opportunity for visitors to learn more about the Swale Business Awards, with judges and organisers available to discuss the application process and what they are looking for in a winning business.

Sponsors of this year’s awards are IMM-UK Marketing Innovation, Kent Science Park, UHY Hacker Young, Thomson Snell and Passmore, Macknades Fine Foods, McNealy Brown, HSBC, Shepherd Neame, JH Property Management, Chalkwell, Medichem International, Swale council, The University of Greenwich and The KM group.

To book, visit SBAJune2014.eventbrite.co.uk or for further information, contact Rosie Collins on 01795 506321 or email rosie@swalebusinessawards.co.uk

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