Enterprise agency Menta to stage annual Trade Fair in Bury St Edmunds on October 3
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Suffolk business support organisation Menta is to hold its ninth annual Trade Fair event at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds on Tuesday, October 3.
The Menta Trade Fair, to be sponsored again this year by Bury-based Atkins Thomson Solicitors, will also mark launch of the West Suffolk Business Festival, which will run until October 13.
Phil Pethybridge who organises the Trade Fair on behalf of Menta, said, “Over 100 businesses will have the opportunity to promote their goods and services to more than 600 visitors. In the past week over 70% of stands have been booked by local businesses due to the popularity of this annual event. “
Atkins Thomson Solicitors partner Robert Dellow added: “We are delighted to be sponsoring for the ninth consecutive year. The exhibition affords a wonderful opportunity to see first-hand the breadth of innovation and entrepreneurship in our region.”
Alex Till, Menta’s chief executive, said: “This year on the first floor of The Apex the Business Balcony will showcase over 50 exhibitors, the Hall will have a similar number of businesses and we’ll be using Charter Square, outside The Apex for companies’ who require more space.
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“We’ll be holding two networking events to give everyone more opportunity to make new contacts and build more business contacts.”
The MENTA Trade Fair will run from noon until 6pm on October 3 and is free to visitors to attend. For further details on stand space or visitor tickets, click here or call 01284 760206.
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