Business speaker John Hotowka has been confirmed to appear at the BMA's 2021 conference, which was due to take place this October but has been moved to June 2021 due to the ongoing COVID19 crisis.
Hotowka is described as a 'business mogul, humourist and magician' who started his career in 1989 and went on to build up an international business. He is now a motivational and resilience speaker who addresses his audience on the subject of his experiences, to equip them with the tools they need to overcome their own obstacles and achieve their goals.
BMA CEO Tom Reynolds said: “John is a great addition to next year's event. The conference will focus on current topics that have a real impact on business, providing valuable information around ‘Sustainability for the Sector.’ We are taking bookings now with delegates having the option to pay nothing until January 2021.”
Marketing manager, Amy Kirk added: “The pandemic has meant we needed to move the event to 2021. However, we have been able to take some positives from the situation, with the launch of our new website and our new online booking system for Conference. The system is now live, and delegates can book by visiting our website.”