Cornwall Chamber of Commerce has freed up more spaces for premier stands at Cornwall Business Fair 2016, after the first batch sold in the first week of sale.
In 2015 nearly 2500 people attended the one day business event, run by Cornwall Chamber of Commerce, and the organisation says early indications show that that figure is set to rise in 2016.
This year’s event will see a return to the award winning attraction, the Eden Project. The event will be held on May 11th, the Wednesday of Cornwall Business Week.
The day features breakfast, lunch and a pasty and pint event – offering networking opportunities with hundreds of people.
The main event – the exhibition, will be open from 10am to 4pm. Delegates will be able to browse over 90 different stands across three floors in the Core building. There will also be a Lightning stage featuring pitches, training sessions and talks.
Kim Conchie, chief executive of Cornwall Chamber of Commerce said: “Now in its eighth year, Cornwall Business Fair really is the highlight of the business year, and an event not to be missed.
“Cornwall Chamber of Commerce is accredited by the British Chambers of Commerce and continues to be the voice of Cornish business locally, nationally and internationally. We know what businesses need; the expertise on offer at Cornwall Business Fair is such that every business is guaranteed to get something out of the day.”