Apex in Bury St Edmunds to host 2015 Menta Trade Fair on September 30

Rob Dellow, second from left, of sponsor Atkins Thomson, with, from left Phil Pethybridge, Alex Till

Rob Dellow, second from left, of sponsor Atkins Thomson, with, from left Phil Pethybridge, Alex Till and Leanne Castle of Menta, celebrate the launch of 2015 Menta Trade Fair which takes place at the Apex in Bury St Edmunds on Wednesday, September 30. - Credit: Archant

Suffolk-based enterprise agency Menta has announced the date for its annual trade showcase event.

The 2015 Menta Trade Fair will take place on Wednesday, September 30 at the Apex in Bury St Edmunds, from noon until 6pm, with entry for visitors free of charge.

It will include the launch of the Business Festival which has become one of the premier events for businesses in Bury and the wider west Suffolk area and which this year will run until October 9.

The trade fair, which is being sponsored for the sixth year in a row by London and Suffolk based solicitors practice Atkins Thomson, offers an opportunity for businesses to display and demonstrate their products and services to the local and wider business communitiesm, with around 140 exhibition stands available.

Alex Till, chief executive of Menta, said: “Last year we attracted over 600 visitors to the event and we received very positive feedback from our exhibitors. This year we’ve extended the space available to provide new businesses with the opportunity to showcase their services.


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“We’re extremely grateful for the continued support of Atkins Thomson Solicitors who enable us to make the Trade Fair possible.”

Rob Dellow of Atkins Thomson added:, “We are delighted to be sponsoring the Menta Trade Fair for the sixth consecutive year. The exhibition affords a wonderful opportunity to see first-hand the breadth of innovation and entrepreneurship in our region.”

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Full details of the trade fare including booking information can be found on the Menta website at www.menta.org.uk. For details on the Business Festival, visit www.businessfestival.org .

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