Two new speakers for Bridgnorth seminar

Two high profile speakers have been added to the programme of a Shropshire business event.

Paul McGillivray (pictured) and Saqib Bhatti will address guests at a seminar aimed at companies looking to expand in 2024, being hosted by business consultants Good2Great on February 8.

Paul, from award-winning software development studio Remote, is a seasoned expert in digital strategy with over two decades of experience.

He has a rich background in aiding businesses like Sony, Volkswagen Group, Volvo and Tesco to harness software for competitive advantage and will talk to guests about the evolving landscape of AI and its historical roots, tailored for the business context.

Conservative MP for Meriden Saqib Bhatti MBE, previously the youngest-ever president of the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce, also joins the line-up of speakers at the seminar, to be held at Stockton House in Church Lane, Norton, near Bridgnorth.

He is now the parliamentary under secretary of state at the department for science, innovation and technology, with responsibility for tech and the digital economy.

Good2Great announced late last year that it had secured former Shropshire pupil, Mo Chaudry, now a millionaire entrepreneur and business ‘guru’, as the keynote speaker at the event.

“We now have a very strong line-up of inspirational guests at the seminar, which takes the theme of ‘Empower your business for 2024’.’” said Johnny Themans of Good2Great, based at The Printworks in Bridgnorth.

Tickets are £36 and anyone interested in attending should contact


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