Bookings roll in for business fair
As Black Country businesses prepare their spring marketing campaigns, many across the region have once again signed up for the next Big Black Country Business Fair planned for March 25 at Wolverhampton Racecourse.
The first fair was held in October last year and it is returning to the racecourse offering a platform to showcase products, services, offers and promotions.
One of the first companies to book this year was Bilston-based Nan, a chamber Platinum service sector member.
Its marketing executive Simon Stone said: "We’re really pleased to be taking part in the Big Black Country Business Fair again. Chamber events always bring great opportunities. Last year’s business fair offered us plenty of opportunity to forge connections with local and national enterprises, whilst showcasing our business to a wider audience."
Julian Britton, conference and events manager at the Molineux Stadium, said; "We are delighted to exhibit at the Big Black Country Business Fair again this year.
"As a major business within the region we feel it’s very important to partner with the Black Country Chamber to help promote our fantastic region and spread the Black Country word. The chamber has always done a fantastic job at organising this exhibition and we feel it is the event to attend each year.”
Bookings are now being taken for stands at the event which will be charged at £70 for chamber members and £120 for non-members.
Events manager for the Black Country Chamber, Penny Griffiths, is encouraging businesses to sign up sooner rather than later after last year’s successful event
"Early take up for exhibition space is imperative. So popular was last year’s fair that it led to a waiting list," she added;
The fair starts at 9am and runs through until 12 noon.
For further information exhibitors and visitors can log on to the chamber website https://www.blackcountrychamber.co.uk/events/25032020/the-big-black-country-business-fayre-exhibitors/ or contact Penny Griffiths direct on 01902 912316 or 07976 902118.
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