A powerful network
Our Champions want to see Coventry & Warwickshire grow and thrive for all those who live and work in the area. Ideas abound and action follows - come and meet our Champions and find out for yourself
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Our Champions are proud that Coventry & Warwickshire is a thriving place to do business and a beautiful place to live. With castles, culture and countryside in abundance we have plenty to shout about
Meet the Champions

Our Champions are from all sectors and sizes of company creating a powerful network of business people determined to tell the Coventry and Warwickshire story and promote the area as a great place to do business.

The Who's Who of Champions
Meetings

Meeting every other month you are welcome to come along and get to know us for a complimentary session. We meet in superb locations with great speakers so find your next meeting.

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Why become a Champion?

Our Champions are the makers and shakers of Coventry and Warwickshire, when we get together things happen. We are passionate, proud and proactive so why not get involved?

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Champions Meeting January 2018

Our most recent Coventry & Warwickshire Champions meeting took place on Wednesday, 24th January at the Ettington Chase Hotel

Our keynote speakers were-

  • David Greenwood- Professor, Advanced Propulsion Systems, WMG – speaking on the new £80m National Battery Manufacturing Development Facility
  • Fleur Sexton- PET-Xi Managing Director; winner of the prestigious Business Woman of the Year Award 2017
  • Professor Guy Daly- Dean of the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at the University of Coventry – speaking on the University’s new £59 million faculty building.
  • David Burbidge- Coventry UK City of Culture Trust Chair, Deputy Lieutenant and former High Sheriff of the West Midlands

The presentation from our January event is now available to download.

Download January's Presentation

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