Your Own Local Directory is hosting a Growth for Business convention this week.
With support from marketing partners The Nat West Bank and Fraser Dawbarns, the event takes place in the Great Barns at the Knights Hill Hotel, King’s Lynn, on November 14 and 15.
The theme is ‘Growth, the essential ingredient for success’ and keynote speakers, Quentin Pain (founder of Accountz and Small Business Mentor of the Year 2013), Chris Wheeler (MD of Metalfrog) and Alex Singleton (expert on Public Relations, author and former Daily Telegraph journalist) will be speaking and leading discussions on the importance of growing and developing your business responsibly to ensure longevity and success.
With over 30 exhibitors attending from a wide range of industries including finance, law, marketing, social media, IT, training, export, sales, recruitment, start-ups, networking, transport etc, attendees will have the opportunity to get best business advice from this array of companies that will challenge your thinking, give you new ideas the tools you need to grow your market.
The SWARM Apprentice Scheme will be launched at the Convention. This scheme connects entrepreneurial young people with business owners. Their goal is to help small businesses profit from growing new jobs for young people.
“If you want your business to be successful, then you must ensure you are doing everything possible to achieve that. It starts with right mind set and goes on to gaining the right skills and resources. The Growth for Business Convention will give you those things.” said Quentin Pain – Keynote Speaker.
Alongside the keynote addresses, attendees will have access to over 18 free seminars.
The Growth for Business Convention is open to everyone. Come along and learn how to grow your business, develop your business network, make new connections and partnerships, share knowledge, advice and experiences.
The Growth for Business Convention is November 14 from 10am – 7.30pm and November 15 from 10am – 4pm.
Entry is open to all, no need to pre-register and entry is free.
For further information visit: http://growthforbusiness.org/