A CONFERENCE will aim to enthuse entrepreneurs about how they can evolve and adapt in changing times.

Accountancy firm Inspire is holding its fourth Entrepreneurs’ Conference at the BIC on Tuesday, November 20, with the Daily Echo Digital as media partner.

The theme will be Evolution and it will tackle how business leaders and entrepreneurs can evolve and adapt their businesses to ensure future success.

Speakers will include Zopa co-founder and chief executive, James Alexander; motivational speaker and breakfast TV life coach Pete Cohen and the UK’s ‘most hated’ sales trainer Benjamin Dennehy; Mr and Mrs Smith co-founder Tamara Lohan; and local entrepreneur and creator of Dorset’s first gin distillery, Rupert Holloway.

Warren Munson, founder and managing director of Inspire, said: “I’m really excited to be back with our fourth Entrepreneurs’ Conference.

"It’s vital that business owners and entrepreneurs consider how they can enable further growth by evolving and adapting to changing times. This is why this year’s theme and the great line-up of speakers is so relevant and thought-provoking for our guests.”

More than 250 business leaders and entrepreneurs will be at the event.

To register interest in attending, call 01202 717867 or email events@inspire.uk.net