Entrepreneur will be share his story at county event

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BUSINESSES from the Portsmouth area are being invited to attend a county-wide conference later this year.

Hampshire Chamber of Commerce has confirmed a trio of prestigious speakers for its third annual Talking Business conference in November.

Carl Churchill, Portsmouth-based managing director of NetPay Group, an online payment service provider, will be among a trio of speakers at the event on November 11.

He is renowned as an innovator of internet services, and is projected to have a net worth of £100m by 2020.

Joining him at the Basingstoke Country Hotel from 8.30am until 2.30pm will be Dr Adam Marshall, director of policy and external affairs at the British Chambers of Commerce, as well as Judith Moreton, an award-winning advisor on the international aviation business following a 20-year career in aircraft operations and management.

She holds the European Business Aviation Award and is the founder of Little Blue Private Jets, a consultancy providing aircraft charter and brokerage firm.

Maureen Frost, deputy chief executive of Hampshire Chamber, said: ‘We have three highly acclaimed speakers to inspire and motivate the conference.

‘Our panel of industry experts will then help our audience explore even more business matters and gain professional advice.

‘Alongside, there is a fantastic opportunity to network and forge new business contacts while visiting our exhibition.

‘It promises to be a fascinating day and we are delighted that Clarke Willmott have confirmed their support as headline sponsors once again.’

Talking Business includes an exhibition and a panel debate on topical issues.

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