The countdown is on for next week’s Cambridge B2B Exhibition at Quy Mill Hotel & Spa, Cambridge on Thursday 21 September.
Over 70 stands will be at this one-day event that showcases companies from across Cambridge and beyond. Additionally, more than 650 people are expected to attend to form new business connections, take advantage of two free speed networking sessions and informative business seminars giving advice on Cyber-Security and the General Data Protection Regulation to help protect your organisation and selling for non-sales people and Google ads to help your business grow.
Jenni Misseldine, Events & Training Co-ordinator at Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce, said: “This year’s seminar programme is designed to help protect and grow your organisation. We have many people already pre-registered to attend this event and the seminars on the day. You can register your attendance by visiting our B2B exhibition website at www.cambridgeb2b.co.uk.”
Jason Ablewhite, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cambridgeshire, will be attending this event to launch the new Chamber service ‘Cyber Security Essentials Programme’ in partnership with Redpalm Technology Services. This scheme will provide clarity on the essential security controls that are required for your business and once approved you can gain competitive edge over competitors by promoting that you have met a Government approved cyber security scheme.
Limited exhibition stands are still available starting from as little as £270.00 (plus VAT). For more information and to see who is exhibiting, please visit www.cambridgeb2b.co.uk or call organiser Jenni Misseldine on 01223 209810.
Cambridge B2B Exhibition
Thursday 21 September, 10.00am-4.00pm
Quy Mill Hotel & Spa, Cambridge
This annual business networking event is organised by Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce in partnership with Cambridge News.