Norfolk Chamber’s B2B exhibition is launched

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Wednesday, May 21, 2014
8:00 AM

Delegates are being invited to book their exhibitor stands at The B2B Exhibition 2014 organised by Norfolk Chamber of Commerce.

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The event is to be delivered in partnership with Archant at Norwich City Football Club, from 10am to 5pm on October 15.

Last year, increased promotion generated a record attendance, with a 25pc growth in footfall.

At the exhibition launch, Abi Charter, events manager at Norfolk Chamber, said: “We’ve got lots of new things planned this year. Firstly, we’re pumping up the volume with even stronger promotion to drive visitors to the event, swell the crowd and increase opportunities to network and sell.

“Plus visitors can secure free tickets for the exhibition making the audience even more engaged and genuinely interested to meet exhibitors.”

Chamber CEO Caroline Williams said: “Nothing beats face to face contact in business. The B2B Exhibition 2014 is the live event that will make a difference. It’s your chance to appear live in front of potential customers who want to buy, or alternatively be the customer who finds new and exciting products and services.”

Businesses have been vocal in their support of the event, with several exhibitors featuring in the 2014 marketing campaign, happily giving their personal recommendations to businesses thinking about exhibiting.

One, David Duncan, MD of Square Social, said: “B2B is an event that creates great opportunities for the face to face contact that’s so vital for any business. It’s a brilliant return on investment.

“We came away with quality leads representing a potential of more than 10 times our cost of attending. B2B is the place for young, cutting edge, businesses. It’s the best exhibition we’ve done in years. We’ll be there.”

Full and half size stands with early bird offers are bookable now and there are special rates for Norfolk Chamber members. Visitors to B2B, who can enter free, are also able to book their ticket.

As a visitor you will be able to attend any of the five 20 minute expert-led sessions focusing on ways to improve your business.

For details on exhibiting or attending, visit www.norfolkchamber.co.uk/b2b

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