December 10, 2015 3.44 pm This story is over 72 months old

Countdown begins to Lincolnshire Business Expo, with new speakers announced

Lincolnshire’s big business day: More speakers and events have been announced for the upcoming Lincolnshire Business Expo.

More events and speakers have been announced for the first Lincolnshire Business Expo on January 21 at The Lincolnshire Showground, with over 100 people already pre-registered to attend on the day.

Visit the Lincolnshire Business Expo website to sign up for the seminars, workshops and networking that interests you.

The event, which is being organised by Lincolnshire Business magazine, will bring established, growing and new businesses together to show the county’s diverse range of products and services as part of one of Lincolnshire’s biggest B2B events.

So far, 13 speakers have been confirmed on the day for a range of subjects that will suit all business levels.

Speakers include Ron Lynch, Regional Director at Institute of Directors, Russell Copley from the Lincolnshire Investment Network, Mark Wearden from the University of Lincoln School of Business, and Dean Graham, Managing Director of Code and Co-Publisher of Lincolnshire Business, will who will be hosting a seminar on the impact of Bitcoin on the business world.

Six networking sessions are taking palce throughout the day, from breakfast speed networking with the Chamber of Commerce, to North Lincolnshire and Business Women’s Link groups, and a special edition of the Exec Club by Streets Chartered Accountants and Langleys Solicitors, with two Lincolnshire Business magazine cover stars speaking.

All events are free to attend, with limited spaces, so pre-booking is advised. General admission to the expo area is also free, with pre-registration reccomended.

Ample free parking space and cafe and networking area will be available on the day.


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