COMPANIES across the Hartlepool area are being urged to have their say on key issues.
Tees Valley Unlimited (TVU) is working with the independent research organisation, TBR and partnership stakeholder, DigitalCity to develop action plans.
The aim is to come up with plans that will help support the continued growth of the Tees Valley.
TVU’s Director of Policy and Strategy, Linda Edworthy said: “The success of the Tees Valley economy is driven by the companies that operate here – from the large multinationals to the small and medium sized enterprises across the supply chain.”
She said firms could help during the difficult economic climate by joining one of the forum discussion groups.
Andrew Graves, Managing Director of TBR, said: “The development of sector action plans for the advanced manufacturing, health, digital and logistics sectors will help support firms across the Tees Valley for years to come.
“Don’t miss your chance to shape the future of the Tees Valley”.
Mark Elliot, Chief Executive of DigitalCity Business, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for ambitious digital businesses to step up and really help shape the Tees Valley’s plans.
“The focus groups are our chance to help shape important action plans for Tees Valley Unlimited.”
All details of focus groups are available at www.teesvalleyunlimited.gov.uk