Table 6

Table 6 - In Association With Penventon Park Hotel

 Take your seat at the most exclusive table in Cornwall.

Table 6 is a brand new experience - combining great food and surroundings with educated and interesting conversation with some of the South West's most prominent business leaders.

Based in the elegant and opulent surroundings of the restaurant at Redruth's Penventon Park Hotel, each episode we invite four business leaders and experts to discuss an important subject affecting those in business here in Cornwall.

All whilst enjoying the casual laid-back luxury of their surroundings, and lovingly-prepared food from the Hotel's experienced chefs.

It's a dinner party with a difference - so pull up a chair, because you're invited.

Episode 8: Buying or Renting a Home in Cornwall

We invited some of Cornwall's leading real estate experts to discuss current challenges and the future of the Cornish housing market.





Andy Goundry, Goundrys Estate Agents;

Gareth Wills, Director - Lewis Haughton Wills;

Ian Tubb, Director - Citysales.

Episode 7: Starting a Business in Cornwall

In this episode, our guests discuss the challenges of starting your own business and offer helpful advice to anyone starting on their entrepreneurial journey.





Donna Negus - Sekoya Specialist Employment Services;

Simon Heap, Founder - Rugged International;

Nick Hawker, Client Engagement Manager - Outset Cornwall.

Episode 6: Apprenticeships

In partnership with Truro and Penwith College, our guests discuss the benefits of Apprenticeships and how the new standards affect their business.





Adele Bull, Programme Team Leader - Truro & Penwith College Business;

Chris Weavill, COO & Co-Founder - Hertzian;

Michelle Brown, HR Learning & Development Manager - Headland Hotel;

Joan Mallard, HR Talent Strategy Team Leader - Cornwall Council.

Episode 5: Women in Business

We invited some of the leading business women in Cornwall to discuss the challenges they have faced throughout their careers.





Mel Colton Dyer, Cornwall Chamber of Commerce;

Kirsty Miles-Musgrave, Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Growth Hub;

Laura Whyte, Whyfield;

Jess Ratty, The Cornwall Camper Company.

Episode 4: Technology and IT Security

Our business leaders discuss the latest technological developments to help Cornish businesses become more competitive on a national level.





Toby Parkins, Headforwards;

Tim Neasom, CF Systems;

Mike Shaw, The VoIP People.

Episode 3: Marketing in Cornwall

This episode sees our guests discuss the ever changing marketing landscape and the unique challenges of marketing in Cornwall





Sue Bradbury, SBPR;

Nik Read, Meor Design;

Georgie Upton, Wild West PR & Communications;

Stewart Roode, Hooked On Media.

Episode 2: Cornwall and Social Care

In this episode the group of business leaders will be discussing older workers in Cornwall and the importance of people remaining in work as we get older.





Tony Woolf, Consultant Rheumatologist at Royal Cornwall Hospital;

Tim Cocks, Managing Director at Active Plus;

Charlotte Hill

Jane Abraham, Policy Fellow at Department of Work and Pensions.


Episode 1: Brexit

Our four business leaders chat about Brexit, and the effect it's already having on business in Cornwall as well as what could be around the corner.





Kim Conchie, Chief Executive - Cornwall Chamber;

Rajesh Joshi, General Manager - Penventon Park Hotel;

Mark Duddridge, Chair of Cornwall and Isles of Scilly LEP & Director of Roddas;

Ewan McClymont, Grant Services Director - Bishop Fleming.


Table 6 - In Association With Penventon Park Hotel