Virtual Meeting with Michael Kill and Sarah Howsen
We would like to invite you to join us on Wednesday 17th March at 10 am for a Virtual Meeting where you will hear from Michael Kill who is CEO of Night Time Industries – a little more about Michael is at the foot of this article. Michael will be able to provide us with the latest information re testing for hospitality venues from the government, and also discuss different grants which maybe claimed by the hospitality industry. There will also be plenty of time for questions after Michaels presentation.
This event is being run in partnership with Sarah Howsen of Wakefield Council – Sarah will also be on the call if you have any questions re: Pavement Licences etc.
To book your place please email firstname.lastname@example.org I will then send out a meeting invite. Please feel free to pass this invite to other interested parties.
Michael Kill said:
As CEO of the NTIA, I’ve become a national figurehead for the UK’s night time industries, a role that’s proven especially significant in the wake of Covid-19. Throughout this period, I’ve relentlessly pushed for recognition and stability for the night time economy, challenging government policy and lobbying for long term reform while simultaneously supporting businesses. Decades’ worth of experience within the independent, corporate and public sectors, with senior roles at Luminar Leisure, The Drinks Group and University of East Anglia, have ensured I’m well positioned to mediate between stakeholders, authorities and communities, which has proven effective on instigating change on both national and international levels. I’m relentless in seeking a voice for industry operators and creatives, and using my already established reputation within the night time entertainment sector, I’m committed to securing industry-wide innovation that benefits all.