Experts offer top tips on how to thrive in the tough economic climate

Published: 14 September 2010 at 10:32

The final Turning Point seminar on 29 September 2010 will be a ‘no holds barred’ debate on how to thrive in the tough economic climate with a panel of experts from Ashcroft International Business School.

The final event in an inspirational series of seminars will take place on Wednesday 29 September 2010. The scene will be set with a keynote presentation on the financial crisis and its implications for business by Stuart Wall, Professor of Business and Economics at Anglia Ruskin University. An impressive panel of academic and business experts will each champion their own top tips for businesses to get right in today’s world, to create a positive ‘turning point’. 

The seminars are expertly chaired ‘Parkinson-style’ by Chris Parkhouse, Managing Director of Cambridge-based business development experts Deyton Bell and Chairman of the IoD East of England, so delegates can get stuck in and debate the issues and implications with the panel. 

Chris said:

"I am really looking forward to chairing this ‘no holds barred’ debate. It’s going to be a fascinating session for anyone who wants to gain an edge for their business in these tough times. It is also a great way to round off a series of seminars that has benefited from outstanding contributions and insights from academics, talented business people, and not least from our enthusiastic audience themselves."

To book a free place, email or telephone 0845 196 3177. Full seminar listings are available at, click on the Events Calendar. The seminar will be held at Coslett Building Lecture Theatre, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge Campus from 4.45pm to 7.30pm.