A wide range of business leaders - from across different sectors in Oxfordshire - came together on 10 October at OxLEP's latest Q&A event, to discuss its 'Connectivity' priority.
Part of a series of business engagement events, the session saw delegates take part in a debate asking the question: ‘How can our dynamic and growing economy become better connected?’
The Q&A session was the fourth in a series of quarterly debates, focussing on topics that emerge from OxLEP's four priorities of People, Place, Enterprise and Connectivity.
The Q&A panel was made-up of several key figures working in Oxfordshire, including: Nigel Tipple – Chief Executive of OxLEP, Hayley Beer-Gamage – Chief Executive of Experience Oxfordshire, Craig Bower – Programme Director of Better Broadband for Oxfordshire and Phil Southall – Managing Director of Oxford Bus Company.
The event was chaired by founder and Managing Director of Tala, Andrew Baud.
Watch the film below, reviewing a previous OxLEP Q&A that focussed on 'Enterprise'.
Head to OxLEP’s Twitter feed (or search #OxLEPConnectivity on Twitter) to see some of the key points discussed by panellists and audience members. Go to our events section for more details on future Q&A events.