In 2019, Insider identified and showcased the Southwest’s most interesting companies – the ones we believe could achieve brand status over the next ten years.
But none of us could have predicted how the world would change the following year. The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting economic challenges have changed the business landscape in the South West and around the world.
For a special Insider online forum later this month, we’ll take a look back at the most exciting companies, learning how the pandemic has created so many winners and losers.
You can register now, for free, to see the event, which takes place on May 26 (2 pm-3pm). Ahead of the launch of this year’s Most Interesting Companies list, this special online forum will host some of the most notable companies from the previous list to learn more about their performance over the past 12 months. Members of the public will also have the opportunity to pose their own questions to the panel.
The event features a panel of expert advisors and a selection of business leaders, including Andy Rogers, co-CEO of Amdaris, Emily Kent, co-founder of One Big Circle, Marcus Gater, commercial and operational director at Allegro Logistics, Ian Grimley, Partner, IT & Commercial, Roxburgh Milkins and Alex Charalambous, Regional Manager and Director of Private Clients for South and London, Investec.
David Clensy, Editor-in-Chief of South West Business Insider, said: “There is a lot to discuss in what promises to be a fascinating debate, focusing on the role of innovative and adaptable businesses in bringing the region back to the market. road to recovery. Sign up to hear the experiences of the most interesting past companies and to register an interest in being considered for this year’s list. “
Reserve your spot here.