The co-founder of the Eden Project will appear at the third Lincolnshire Business Convention when it returns to Lincoln at the end of the month.
Lincolnshire’s largest business event will be held at the Engine Shed on September 29 with Tim Smit from the Eden Project as the key speaker.
The Eden Project, the transformation of a disused clay pit into a global garden, marked as a landmark millennium project, is one of Cornwall’s defining architectural features and a leading UK visitor attraction.
Aside from inspirational speakers there will also be an opportunity for networking with some of the county’s key business people present.
Investment and Operations manager for Lincolnshire County Council, Ruth Carver, said this is the one day of the year to find Lincolnshire’s key business people in one place.
“Last year’s event attracted more than 250 of the county’s leading business figures and hopefully this year’s convention will bring even more, creating real opportunities for those looking to develop their business,” said Carver.
The event runs at the Engine Shed from 11am to 3.30pm and tickets cost £42 per person which includes a three-course lunch and free parking.