With just a few weeks remaining until the 10th annual Yorkshire Business Market, businesses considering taking part are urged to book now to avoid missing out on this opportunity.
Places are filling up quickly as companies look to guarantee their place at the event, which attracts up to 150 exhibitors and 1,500 visitors all looking to grow their businesses.
Taking place at Pavilions of Harrogate on Monday, April 28, Yorkshire Business Market is promoted by Harrogate Chamber of Trade and Commerce to help businesses of all shapes and sizes meet each other and work together.
Sandra Doherty, the president of Harrogate Chamber of Trade and Commerce, said:
“What impresses me most about the Yorkshire Business Market is the huge range of businesses which exhibit, and the different aims they each have.
“Some small companies use it as a way to raise their profile in the business community, while larger organisations launch new products or services, aim to grow their contacts list or simply know that their competitors will be represented, so they can’t afford to miss out.
“Whatever the reason, many exhibitors come back year after year because the Yorkshire Business Market offers the right opportunities for them to fulfil their aims in one day.”
Exhibitors can choose from a wide range of stall sizes and facilities, as well as having the opportunity to distribute products or information to visitors.
“Many businesses choose to run competitions on their stands, which allow them to collect contact details from numerous visitors, and there are also prizes for the best stands in different size categories.
For those who choose to upgrade their packages or become sponsors, there is also the option to lead a seminar in one of three dedicated rooms.
Chamber chief executive Brian Dunsby said:
“Our seminar programme is very popular and almost all the slots for this year have already been booked.
“Visitors can attend as many seminars as they like completely free, so they are a great opportunity for businesses to share some of their expertise and demonstrate how valuable their services can be.
“Our most popular seminars are usually on subjects which are relevant to growing businesses, which shows that the green shoots of recovery are well and truly established across our region.”
There are numerous opportunities for businesses to take part in Yorkshire Business Market, with options to suit all budgets starting from just £320 plus VAT.
Meanwhile, visitors to the Business Market get free entry and can be in the audience for any of the seminars taking place.
There will also be a wide range of prize draws held by exhibitors, on top of the many opportunities to network and build up useful contacts with a huge range of businesses.
For more information, visit www.yorkshirebusinessmarket.org.