Finch Agree to Exhibit at the Midlands Development Conference

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At long last, as restrictions on social gathering begin to relax, it means that networking and exhibitions can now hopefully go ahead. Finch Consulting is delighted to announce that we have agreed to be an Exhibitor Partner at this year’s Built Environment Midlands Development Conference.

Centred around the UK’s build back better agenda – the Midlands Development Conference brings together the region’s biggest developers to showcase billions of pounds worth of their forthcoming projects and discuss key economic growth challenges that the built environment industry will help solve as part of their regeneration ambitions.

Topics to be discussed at the conference include;

  • Creating a zero-carbon Midlands,
  • Tacking high street and town centre revitalisation,
  • Solving the housing crisis,
  • Building smarter and healthier cities and,
  • Maximising the potential of the Midlands Engine.

The conference will take Tuesday, 14th September 2021 at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry. The event will be available to attend both physically and virtually, which is a unique experience.

As part of the agreement to be an Exhibiting Partner, and alongside other companies such as Willmott Dixon, Turner & Townsend, and Cundall, Finch will be taking dedicated exhibition space, as well as benefiting from digital media opportunities to promote our legal, consulting, expert and training services to over 80,000 Built Environment subscribers.

Commenting on the opportunity to exhibit, Dom Barraclough said “Given the year the events sector has had, it is great to be able to support the Midlands Development Conference. The event will help to promote Finch’s community of experts and our capabilities to companies operating in this vital sector.”

To find out more about the Midlands Development Conference or book tickets to attend, please click here.

If you have any enquiries about any of our services, please contact 01530 412777 or enquiries@finch-consulting.

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