Chairman of the Midlands Engine and the Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire, Sir John Peace – guest speaker at Nottingham City Business Club November event

Sir John will be speaking about what the Nottinghamshire Lieutenancy is about, what it is aiming to achieve and the potential for the business community to be involved through initiatives like the Queens Awards.

As chairman of the Midlands Engine, Sir John will outline how the Midlands Engine is responding to the Government’s Strategy for Growth, the Engine’s five priorities for investment that will enable the East Midlands to contribute to the UK’s Industrial Strategy and drive Britain’s post-Brexit growth.

Sir John Peace said “The Midlands Engine is one of the most important opportunities to attract diverse economic growth and investment in our region, and will enable the Midlands to compete on the world stage.  Our strategic location, strong sense of identity and reputation builds on the partnership we have established. I am optimistic that by working together we can invigorate the £207 billion Midlands economy. I look forward to sharing more with you when we meet”’

President of the club, Ian Roberts, said: “The club is delighted that Sir John has agreed to speak at our November lunch.  Sir John has been promoting and supporting businesses in Nottinghamshire and the wider region for many years and his views about the business climate and future opportunities, in this time of uncertainty will be of particular interest.”

Nottingham City Business Club was established in 1924, with its membership comprising of senior representatives of the local business community. The club is sponsored by national law firm Buckles, who have an office in Nottingham city centre.

The club holds monthly lunch meetings for members to meet fellow senior business people in the city, with different prominent guest speakers featuring at each event.

The November event takes place at the Adams Restaurant which is part of Nottingham College and is located in the Adams Building on Stoney Street in Nottingham’s Lace Market.  Registration begins at 11:45am and tickets cost £27.50 for members and £39.50 for non members. To book a place, visit the NCBC website: