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HS2: How can East of England businesses get involved?

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Join this interactive webinar hosted by HS2 Minister Andrew Stephenson to find out how East of England businesses can get involved with HS2

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HS2 is a once in a generation opportunity to better connect UK towns and cities, regenerate communities and make a step change in the Government’s commitment to become Carbon Zero.

It is already helping to boost the East of England economy and that trend is expected to continue into the next decade and beyond.

Already 2,000 businesses are working on HS2, almost all of them are based in the UK and most are SMEs.

But there’s much more to come. Construction of the Birmingham - London phase of the railway is expected to create some 400,000 contract opportunities and businesses in the East of England are well placed to take advantage.

Hosted by HS2 Minister Andrew Stephenson, this is your opportunity to find out how East of England businesses can get involved and join the HS2 supply chain.

Hear from our supply chain team about how you can take the first step, no matter what the size or sector of business.

We're also delighted to be joined by an East of England-based business who will be talking about how they got involved with HS2 and how it has helped their business to grow.

We will close the event with a Q&A so please join us and get involved in the conversation.

We need British businesses to help us build Britain's new railway, and this is your chance to find out how to get on board.

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High Speed Two (HS2) Limited is the company responsible for developing and promoting the UK’s new high speed rail network. It is funded by grant-in-aid from the government. HS2 Ltd is an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for Transport.

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