November 19 sees the start of the vibrant Britain means Business two day exhibition at Excel, London.
A vital part of the Global Entrepreneurship Week, Britain means Business is a must resource for every rapidly expanding business and ambitious entrepreneur requiring advice on the day to day challenges of running a business. It is also a great resource for UK business decision makers who are keen to give themselves the ‘edge’.
With 2 shows under one roof – The Digital Marketing Show is running alongside – visitors will have access to over 100 expert speakers who will cover topics such as Finance, HR, Sales, Technology and Leadership. Attendees will also be able to participate in a variety of workshops.
Britain means Business will be packed with information, ideas and advice, which centre around the key themes of collaboration and resilience, with expert speakers and thought leaders who understand the challenges businesses face, and who can offer practical and timely solutions.
According to Prime Minister, David Cameron, the UK economy is enjoying “a great British revival”, Mr Cameron said: “Britain is coming back. We came through the great recession together. We are building the great British revival together.”
Speakers at the two day event include Welsh rugby legend Gareth Thomas and six-time Paralympic gold medallist David Weir, who’ll be talking about resilience in business and sport. They’ll be joined by Phil Jones, the MD of Brother UK, Janice Clark, Training and Development Manager at Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Terry Greer-King, Director of Cyber Security at Cisco, serial entrepreneur, Michael Jacobsen and many more.
The Institute of Export is offering members complimentary VIP tickets, which allow exclusive access to a networking breakfast. To take advantage of this offer, please use the promo code IOE here
The message is clear – the recession is over. It’s time to grow!
For more information, please visit Britain means Business.