Book now for FSB Small Business Expo event in Colchester on October 12

The Wivenhoe House Hotel on the University of Essex campus.

The Wivenhoe House Hotel on the University of Essex campus. - Credit: Su Anderson

Seminars and speed networking will feature in the programme at a new Small Business Expo event being held in north Essex later this year.

The event is being staged by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) at the Wivenhoe House Hotel, on the University of Essex campus outside Colchester, on October 12.

Seminars will feature experts from a number of local businesses and organisations, covering areas including marketing, technology, cyber security, cloud accounting and apprenticeships, along with two sessions with Digital Garage by Google.

There will also be six speed networking sessions during the day, which also offers businesses an opportunity to showcase their products and services. For details on exhibition space and tickets, click here.

Admission for visitors is free, including access to the seminars and networking sessions, but pre-registration is advised. Click here to register.

The event on Ocober 12, running from 10am to 4pm, has been organised by the FSB to support growth and create opportunities for the small business community. It is being sponsored by I am Emily Design & Marketing and OMG! Entertainment

Emily Hewett of I am Emily Design & Marketing said: “We’re delighted with the level of interest in the FSB Small Business Expo so far and look forward to welcoming our exhibitors and delegates on the day. We have some great businesses showcasing some really exciting products and services already signed up and are offering exclusivity to each business type.


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“I would advise anyone interested in exhibiting to book their space as soon as possible. It would be great if anyone interested in attending can register so we know how many to expect and make sure we have enough goody bags for you all!”

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