The Bradford Business Conference is in its fourth year and has become the area’s largest exhibition of companies in the district. It brings together businesses and organisations for one day to discuss new ideas, develop new opportunities and showcase their products and services to a captive business audience.
Like in 2014, the conference will be organised by the Yorkshire Enterprise Network and Telegraph & Argus, in association with Bradford Council. Last September’s event drew in over 800 attendees over the course of the day-long event from across the UK, who were able to see some of the biggest Bradford and Yorkshire based companies exhibit their business and services. This year, the conference will be held at The David Hockney Building, Bradford College on Thursday 29th October.
Adding to the regeneration of Bradford, the new £50 million pound David Hockney campus was ready to welcome learners in September 2014, providing an innovative and technology rich learning environment in the heart of the city. The new campus, named after famous Bradford College alumnus,internationally acclaimed artist and Icon of Yorkshire, David Hockney has transformed the learner experience using new styles of learning, which embrace cutting edge technologies. Measuring 23,000m² in size, the new six-storey building sweeps up Great Horton Road and has been built on the College’s former city centre sites (Westbrook Building) and Randall Well Building.