Atul Bansal to join business breakfast in Manchester

October 5, 2018 by  

Creative entrepreneur Atul Bansal will be in attendance at the Manchester Evening News Business Breakfast (MENBB) in a couple of weeks.

Bansal will not be the only big name on the MENBB line-up this month. He is the cofounder of Sheila Bird, an interior design firm.

As a workspace expert, Bansal has plenty of experience to bring to the table. He has completed designs for ThoughtWork, Missguided and Social Chain, and told the Manchester Evening News:

“I am really looking forward to bouncing areas around with the rest of the crew on stage. It’s a fascinating time for all of us, because we now consume spaces and no longer just work in them.”

Entrepreneurs who would like to attend the breakfast have already been encouraged to register, because the organisers think there could be a lot of interest.

There was a time when much space was sold on the basis of price and size, but among the themes to be discussed is the idea that other factors, like community and sustainability, are now coming to the fore.

Participants will meet up on October 18 at the Airport City venue. The panel discussion should last for less than an hour, but there is a timeslot that has been pencilled in for networking purposes and the exchange of business cards among the guests.