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‘Headliners’ announced for small business conference

‘Headliners’ announced for small business conference

Monday 13 September 2021

‘Headliners’ announced for small business conference


A reality TV star, and the founder of a luxury travel club, will share their experiences and give advice at a small business conference to be held in Jersey in November.

Actor and investor Jamie Laing and luxury travel entrepreneur Tamara Lohan MBE, who co-founded Mr & Mrs Smith, will ‘headline’ Greenhouse 2021, billed as Jersey’s first ever small business conference.

Mr Laing will be joining attendees on the first day of the two-day conference for a ‘fireside chat’ about building his business; the ups and the downs of his entrepreneurial journey and the transition from reality star to founding confectionary firm Candy Kittens.

Mrs Lohan will be joining attendees on the second day to deliver a keynote address in partnership with Visit Jersey who will be hosting an industry workshop with her.

Greenhouse founder Jacqui Patton said: “We’re over the moon to have secured not one, but two, leading voices in business to join us at our inaugural event. 

“Tamara and Jamie are both heavyweights in their respective fields and have so much to share about their journeys to success. This year’s conference is set to be the most exciting business event of the year and I can’t wait for the island’s self-employed community to get together, get inspired and have some fun!”

The conference is being held on 5 and 6 November at the Albert Bartlett Potato Pack House on Trinity Hill.

Pictured top: Jamie Laing, Tamara Lohan MBE and Jacqui Patton.

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