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B&M Waste Sponsor Liverpool City Region Development Conference

We are delighted to announce that on the 30th September we are the headline sponsor for the Liverpool City Region Development Conference. 

This online conference will focus on driving economic growth, investment and development in the Liverpool City Region. There’s a number of major development projects taking place across the area which are driving prosperity, encouraging innovation and expanding opportunities for people and communities in every part of the city.

B&M Waste will be delivering a 5 minute keynote speech at 10:20 and later in the day our Commercial Director Amber Greenhalgh is also chairing the discussion on major development in the region. It’s set to be an exciting event with great networking opportunities as well as exceptional panel discussions.

If you are interested in attending the event next week we would love for you to join us, please follow this link to the event website to secure your tickets. 

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