Yes, it’s back for the fourth year and second year in Worcester City Centre! On Friday 15th September, we will gather the cream of Worcestershire businesses to network, showcase capability and above all celebrate enterprise & entrepreneurship in the County of Worcestershire.
Last year saw a myriad of businesses from Architects, Accountants and Artists to Opticians, Electricians and Hoteliers exhibit together in Worcester High Street & Guildhall. Centre stage was the historic London bus that tours the UK each year encouraging business start-ups. Visitors attended from as far away as Manchester & London.
If you didn’t attend then please view the two videos of last year’s event on the website here
Exhibitor bookings for 2017 are now open, although the limited Guildhall area is already SOLD OUT. Don’t worry though, the atmosphere on the High Street last year was electric and we are ‘upgrading’ the stands to massive 3m x3m gazebos (3m x 2m also available).
If you are interested in showcasing your business then please do not delay as we expect to be over subscribed. For more information on exhibiting click here
This year we are introducing a Networking Breakfast ‘Powered’ by Sterling Networks and sponsored by SW&A Accountants. This will take place in the Guildhall prior to the start of the Festival of Business. More details to follow so watch this space!
We are delighted that Sanlam UK are again headline sponsors for the event and Worcestershire Ambassadors and Worcestershire LEP also sponsoring. We do need more sponsors so please contact Stuart Allen on 01905 384314.
Money raised last year was used to support a 14 week entrepreneurial course for local young people, not in employment, education or training (NEET). This was run by Malvern Business Academy and endorsed by the Peter Jones Foundation. All attending PASSED their BTEC2 qualification.
For more details click the links in the article above or call Stuart Allen on 01905 384314. Alternatively email [email protected]
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