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University hosts county's first summit on productivity

The county's leading business people will talk at a University of Gloucestershire summit on productivity.

Representatives from Renishaw and GE Aviation will join experts from the University of Gloucestershire's Business School to explore the challenges facing both the private and public sector in driving improvements.

The event will take place at Renishaw's Innovation Centre at New Mills, Wotton-under-Edge from 9.30am to 2pm on Thursday 17 May and businesses are invited.

The panel for the discussion will include Rob Loveday, Strategy Director, GE Aviation; Stewart Barnes, Managing Director, QuoLux and Visiting Fellow, University of Gloucestershire Business School; Malcolm Prowle, Professor of Performance Management, University of Gloucestershire Business School; John Workman, Senior Partner Corporate, BPE and Chris Pockett, Renishaw's Head of Communications, Renishaw

There will also be an opportunity for questions from the audience at the end of the talk.

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