The region’s biggest business exhibition is shaping up to be one of the best yet as event organisers confirm that all exhibition spaces have been sold ahead of the fair on Thursday 23 April.
Businesses from across the region will be engaging with each other and growing their business network as they convene at the sold out exhibition being held at Wood Green Animal Shelters in just over two weeks.
Commenting on the positive news John Bridge OBE DL, Chief Executive of Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce, said “It is brilliant to see so many businesses from across the region taking up the opportunity to promote their services and products. The positive response illustrates that businesses are planning for growth and seeking new opportunities. With businesses of all different sectors and industries set to attend we are sure that this event will be a stepping stone towards creating an even more vibrant regional economy.”
The Huntingdonshire Business Fair aims to encourage wider collaboration between businesses from across the area as well as offer businesses a unique opportunity to be inspired by guest speakers.
Businesses are invited to hear from Simon Atack of Ace Tech Training who will be providing a fresh perspective on successful sales and delving into the fascinating psychology behind selling. Plus Paul Jackson, Managing Director of Forward Composites, will be advising businesses on creating and sustaining a resilient business. There will also be two sessions of speed networking for businesses to continue making new contacts.
The Huntingdonshire Business Fair is organised by Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce in partnership with the Federation of Small Businesses. The event is sponsored by Alconbury Enterprise Campus Software, Borney UK, The Hunts Post, Something Beckons, SME Heroes and supported by Purple Haze.
Free places for the seminars and speed networking will be available on a first-come-first-served basis.