Endeavour Partnership will be a key sponsor of the inaugural Durham International Festival of Enterprise, which runs from February 27th until 1st March at the Gala Theatre in Durham.
Durham International Festival of Enterprise is a new business event aimed at showcasing enterprise from across the North East, providing the opportunity to gain practical advice and inspiration from experts and peers.
It’s thought the festival will attract around 1000 entrepreneurs, owners and managers who will share their views, advice and experiences on growing and succeeding in business.
The Durham International Festival of Enterprise was the brainchild of Durham University and Business Durham and has been created to showcase the region as the perfect place to start and develop a high-growth business.
Endeavour Partnership opted to be one of the key sponsors as part of its commitment to supporting new and growing businesses across the North East and the firm will hold a number of workshops at the event itself.
Paul Bury, managing partner from Endeavour Partnership said: “The organisers of the first Durham International Festival of Enterprise have such fantastic plans to stage a large scale, high impact event focused on the theme of ‘Developing Tomorrow’s Companies’. We were fully supportive from the very early stages as it’s a superb opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs and new businesses to meet with established public and private sector organisations and companies from across a diverse range of sectors that are looking to innovate, grow and make powerful connections.”
Mike Cratchley from the Business Enterprise Group, one of the festival’s organisers, said: “We’re very excited about the event as it’s been something that the Durham business community has needed for a long time. A lot of people have put so much into ensuring that the festival is a huge success and to have such a high profile legal firm as Endeavour as a key sponsor is a major endorsement in our inaugural year.”
Endeavour Partnership is one of the North East’s leading legal firms and employs a team of 52. It has a reputation spanning over 16 years, providing high quality advice on a range of business law matters including mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property, employment, commercial property and corporate recovery and insolvency from its headquarters at Teesdale in Stockton.
It counts organisations including HSBC, Santander, Atkinson Northern, Leven Investments, Cavendish Northern and Visualsoft amongst its client base.