Council and the Celtic Manor Resort are pleased to announce that the second
Newport City Summit will be held at the five star hotel on Friday 7th
The Newport City
Summit is presented by Newport City Council and the ReNewport Task Force and sponsored
by The Celtic Manor Resort. It will be addressed by a selection of the city’s
most influential and important business and civic leaders, offering a unique opportunity
to discuss and build upon the success of the NATO Conference.
Taking place in
the Augusta Suite in the Lodge Clubhouse, the half-day summit gives attendees
the opportunity to propose their questions to the expert panel and discuss
Points to be
discussed at the Summit include:
Update on City Centre Regeneration
Progress on ReNewport Recommendations
Newport Economic Network: Progress and Next Steps
Report on the NATO Summit Effect
Preview of Investment Conference post-NATO (Nov 20-21)
Newport: Building the Story
Newport and the South East Wales City Region
Leader of Newport
City Council, Bob Bright stated:
2014 has been a pivotal year for Newport
including a significant physical transformation, a boost in confidence and
having been on the world stage yet again as host city of the NATO Wales Summit.
This second Newport City Summit is a great opportunity to reflect on the past
12 months and to plan for the exciting and dynamic future ahead. The summit will again bring key Newport
stakeholders together, and is an event
that you can’t afford to miss.
recently promoted from Chief Operating Officer to Chief Executive for The
Celtic Manor Resort, said:
12 months have been extremely positive for the City of Newport and the
surrounding region. Hosting the world’s most powerful leaders at NATO and
having the outline planning approved for the Wales International Convention
Centre have further strengthened the region’s professional credentials,
underlining just what a fantastic place Newport is. This summit offers an ideal
opportunity to review our successes and plan many more in the future.
The summit was organised to build on the findings of the ReNewport
report, recommending ways to drive economic
growth within the city. The
inaugural Newport Summit was held in February this year and was addressed by
business and council leaders, academics and officials, and attended by 150 of
the city’s key stakeholders.
information, click here
register to attend online, spaces are limited so don’t delay.