Ipswich Connected business networking event this Friday with interesting guest speakers.
30th November 2011
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Business Networking Breakfast Meeting         

Friday 2nd December : Holiday Inn Ipswich-Orwell


Co-Sponsor/Main Speaker: Mike Worby – ALVEA Services

Topic: Cybercrime, how real is it and should you be worried?

Summary: Learn about current security threats, and more importantly what you can do to protect your business.

Co-sponsor/Main Speaker: John Turner –Restorepoint 

Topic: Do you have a disaster recovery plan for your network?

Summary: The recent Blackberry Outage is likely to cost RIM more than $100M, learn how your business can avoid financial losses from an extended network outage.


Speaker: Councillor Carole Jones, portfolio-holder for Economic Development & Planning on Ipswich Borough Council

Topic: Ipswich Town Centre Master Plan.

Summary: This document presents a view of how the town centre might develop over the next 15 years. The Council welcomes the views and comments of businesses and residents on the ideas in the Plan. Consultation ends on December 23rd 2011.

Speaker: David Ralph, Chairman – Innovation Martlesham

Topic: Innovation Martlesham – Delivering Silicon Suffolk.                          

Summary: Innovation Martlesham, located at BTs Adastral Park, is at the forefront of open innovation. It provides free incubation space for start-ups clustering new and global innovative companies to deliver local jobs.

Speaker: Jane Petit,CEO – St Elizabeth Hospice

Topic: Progress – challenges and opportunities.   

Summary: Balancing Opportunities and Challenges – the way forward for St Elizabeth Hospice.                                                                                               

Open Mic Session.  

Offer made to the room for anyone to take up the mic and give a 1 minute presentation against the Nexus Time Bomb!

Delegate fee £23 + Vat

To book a place, please confirm your attendance to:- bookings@ipswich-connected.co.uk

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Kevin Barber

Member since: 10th July 2012

Ipswich word of mouth specialist, promotes and markets the best businesses in Ipswich. Passionately supporting local businesses, organisations and events

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