Get your free tickets to the Business Show 2021

Get your free tickets to the Business Show 2021
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Europe’s largest business show is back for 2021, partnered this year by the Institute of Sales Professionals.

The show, which is returning to London’s ExCeL on 24 and 25 November, will focus on helping Britain get back to business by adapting and innovating as we emerge from the covid pandemic.

The event, focused on helping small businesses and entrepreneurs, will showcase the knowledge and services of hundreds of business leaders and experts, with 500 exhibitors, 200 inspiring seminars and unmissable masterclasses.

Register here for your free ticket: https://www.greatbritishbusinessshow.co.uk

The Business Show also includes two new features for 2021: Retrain Expo, with advice on re-skilling to keep your knowledge and skills up to date in a changing business world; and Working From Home Live, which focuses on the tools and resources you need to work successfully away from the traditional office.

Influential business professionals will be delivering keynote sessions covering everything from the trends driving the industry, to building your brand online, and will give you a wealth of new knowledge to boost the way you do business.

The extensive list of 148 speakers includes:

Touker Suleyman, chair and dragon on Dragons’ Den, who has 40 years' retail and manufacturing experience.

Fiona Howarth, CEO, Octopus Electric Vehicles, a leading force in the electric vehicle revolution in the UK.

Fellow of the Institute of Sales Professionals, Simon Scott-Nelson, CEO of Wellity Global, is focused on optimising employee mental health and wellbeing, and transforming working cultures.

Douglas Lamont CEO of Innocent, the natural drinks and smoothies company, and co-chair of The Better Business Act, advocates a business model that balances people, profit and the planet.

Business minister, Paul Scully MP, works in government on behalf of small business, consumers and labour markets, and is also minister for London.

See the full list of speakers here:

https://www.greatbritishbusinessshow.co.uk/speakers


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