The Good Business Festival kicked off yesterday with a bang as students, entrepreneurs, business owners and leaders flocked to venues across the city to listen to key speakers discuss topical issues and engage in Q&A sessions.
As the penultimate session of the first day of the event, keynote speaker Steven Bartlett held a 30-minute chat with host Nick Wallis, followed by a Q&A with audience members, with Steven discussing how doing ‘good business’ has been a fundamental element of his career and business ventures to date.
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Commissioned by Liverpool City Region Mayor Steve Rotheram, The Good Business Festival is being held in venues across Liverpool city centre from 22 to 24 March, tackling issues such as the climate crisis and helping businesses of all sizes to future-proof themselves. Limited tickets are still available for Thursday here.
The Good Business Festival is passionately non-exclusive. It’s not about what you do or who you know. It’s not about agreeing on everything all of the time. It’s about everyone working towards a better world – no matter where you’re starting from.