Hundreds of people from the local business community are expected to visit the Worcestershire Business Expo when it arrives in Evesham in July.
Taking place at The Northwick Arms Hotel in Waterside on Friday 12th July from 11am until 4pm, the free-to-attend exhibition will see a variety of different businesses from across the county exhibiting their products and services.
The day will kick off with a big breakfast hosted by local networking group Sterling Networks. There will also be free workshops running throughout the day and the team will be raising money for its nominated charity, Midlands Air Ambulance. There will also be a speed networking session hosted by Emily Hudson of the Professional Introducer Network (PIN).
It is the first time this event, which is sponsored by Hotel Feature, has taken place in Worcestershire. Originating in Northamptonshire in 2016, the Your Business Expo brand has grown from just 16 stands to multiple events across the UK, attracting thousands of visitors.
Founder and organiser, Sheila Smith of Sheila Smith Sales and Events, said: “This is our first expo in Worcestershire and the stands are selling quickly. The expo features educational workshops and networking opportunities - all of which are free - which is great for people visiting the expo. Whether this is your first expo or you are a regular, there is sure to be something for everyone.”
Confirmed exhibitors so far include Areca Design, FTZ Studios, HR Depot, Alert PR, Headway Marketing and many more.
Stands are still available and cost £195. For further information about the Worcestershire Business Expo, or to book a stand space, visit https://www.eventssmith.co.uk.
"This is our first expo in Worcestershire and the stands are selling quickly. The expo features educational workshops and networking opportunities - all of which are free"
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