The Business and Start-Up Business Show takes place in Kensington Olympia on 27th and 28th November this year and is a great event for anyone running or looking to start up their own business.
Free to attend, the show is packed with speakers, workshops, networking opportunities and exhibitors covering all the information you might need from Internet Marketing to Intellectual Property, social media to solicitors and printing to pensions. The show promises to be the UK’s biggest exhibition for anyone starting or growing a business.
There are 250 free seminars to attend including former Dragon’s Den star James Caan who shares his business secrets and a Q&A with Innocent Drinks founder Richard Reed. 20 different workshops cover useful topics such as SEO, Franchising, Business Planning and Business Finance.
There are a host of networking opportunities including Speed Networking Sessions, the Business Connections wall and a dedicated TweetMeet area. The Boardroom offers some excellent peer-to-peer mentoring with a unique opportunity to gather around a table with other business people at a similar stage of their journey and swap notes. It is a platform for you to raise your concerns, share your experiences, and have insightful discussions with like-minded entrepreneurs. For businesses looking for investment, The Angels Den offers the chance to present your business in front of panel of investors – in front of a live audience.
To find out more or to register for your free tickets and book onto any of the workshops please visit www.thebusinessshow.co.uk.
If you can’t attend the show but would like some help and support on any aspect of starting or running your business then please give us a call on 01483 332220 or email us at email@example.com. Our team of highly experienced Virtual Assistants are on hand to assist with a wide variety of business tasks including marketing and social media management, accounting and administration. We pride ourselves on being the staff you don’t see, but the difference you do.
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