Two further speakers have been confirmed for FUEL Liverpool – Kathryn Bell, CEO at The Webinar Vet, and Kellie Noon, co-founder of Interkultura.

Supported by Growth Platform and Clockwise, the innovative event – created to fuel business growth for promising startups and scaleups – will be held at Clockwise Liverpool on Royal Albert Dock on Tuesday 14th May.

It begins with a panel discussion of some of the big questions facing business, which is free to attend, before a select group of businesses will gain direct insight from experts in a series of masterclass pods focused on funding, people, export and planning for growth.

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Bell is the CEO for Alpha Vet International Ltd – which includes The Webinar Vet, WikiVet and The Vet Exhibition – providing education and community support for veterinary professionals.
She has been with the company for 12 years, initially as COO and now CEO, taking it from a team of three to several dozen through growth and acquisitions.

Noon is the founder of Kellie and Co, a training company created to help those working in the education sector to better integrate international students into the classroom. In November she founded Interkultura with Katie Holme to support businesses and educational organisations with their global integration and growth strategies.

Noon has previously worked alongside The Growth Company on their Global Scale Up programme in Manchester.

The first three speakers, confirmed last week, were Dean Ward, founder & chief product officer at Evoke Creative; Antony Shimmin, co-founder & COO at Mycardium AI; and Scott Robertson, co-founder of HaulageHub.

The event will be chaired by award-winning executive editor Chris Maguire and will be featured in TechBlast and BusinessCloud.

Interested potential sponsors can contact editor Jonathan Symcox at this email address.

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