Lancashire’s largest business event, the Lancashire Business Expo, is now placing prominent local businesses who want to exhibit on a waiting list as the event is completely full.
This follows on from previous years where exhibition space has been a complete sell out leaving many businesses in the region disappointed that they were not able to promote their products or services to thousands of visitors.
Now in its fourth year, the Expo has firmly established itself as the county’s biggest and most exciting annual business exhibition. Visitors have exceeded 2,000 business people each year from across the region and further afield throughout the UK.
The event is being supported by many leading organisations in Lancashire including BOOST, UCLan, Preston Guild Hall, the NHS Health Academy and Zebra Colour Marketing and PR, who have all been involved with the Expo since it was first launched in 2015.
Ian Coupe from Shout Network commented, “We’re overwhelmed with the momentum this flagship event has created, with so many businesses from across the whole region keen to be involved. It’s the perfect opportunity for organisations to promote themselves, network with like-minded people, build strong business relationships and, of course, generate new business.”
The Expo will feature a wide range of organisations from both the private and public sectors, corporates and SMEs. Visitors to the event will also have the opportunity to listen to business support presentations from key figures at UCLan and BOOST Business Growth Hub.
The Liverpool Echo Arena have visited the Lancashire Business Expo over the past few years and were so impressed that they asked Shout Network to organise something similar for them in Merseyside. So, on 19th October 2018 Shout Network will be launching the 2018 Merseyside Expo!
Ian continued, “We’re thrilled and extremely flattered to be asked to do this. We already have a number of partners and exhibitors signed up, and anyone who can’t exhibit at the Lancashire Business Expo is being offered the opportunity to exhibit at the Merseyside one instead.”