Place Management: Future Proofing Norwich - 15th October 2019: OPEN Norwich
What are the challenges and opportunities facing Norwich over the next five years? Will your business be prepared?
The conference looked at what is happening nationally and discussed steps that are being taken in Norwich to assist businesses make the most of coming opportunities.
Technology - 20th June 2019 9am-2pm: Norwich University of the Arts.
Working in partnership with Norwich University of the Arts, Hethel Innovation and EIRA, Norwich BID hosted a conference dedicated to: 'VR - How to transform your business'
The event featured keynote addresses from Greg Williams (Editor of WIRED), and Sarah Steed (Director of Innovation and Engagement, NUA) exploring how VR is lending itself to a variety of platforms and courses at the NUA.
Tourism and Culture - 2nd April 2019: Assembly House.
At the BID's inaugural tourism and culture conference key issues that were addressed included: travel, tourism and how we're 'putting Norwich on the map'.
Presentation - Vicky Parr, VisitEngland
Presentation - Caroline Mayers, Norwich BID
Presentation - Chris Gribble, National Centre for Writing
Presentation - Stephen Crocker, Norwich Theatre Royal
Presentation - Twins that Travel
Norwich Sharing City, the UK's First Sharing City - 28th February 2019: Blackfriars Hall.
Norwich BID in conjunction with Norwich City Council invited Norwich businesses, communities and citizens to celebrate Norwich becoming the UK's first sharing city.
Retail - October 2nd 2018: Norwich City Football Club.
Key issues that were addressed included: how to improve trading in Norwich, city accessibility, and customer engagement.
Commercial - June 19th 2018: Norwich University of the Arts, Duke Street Lecture Theatre.
Key issues that were addressed at the conference included: Brexit, promoting Norwich as a commercial centre and how businesses can support education providers.
Leisure - Feburary 6th 2018: Weston Room, Norwich Cathedral Hostry.
Key issue that were addressed at the conference included: shortage of skilled labour, static wages, brexit, and more.