Peterborough’s business festival looks set to be the biggest yet… make sure you visit.
The ESP team are heading down to The Peterborough Biscuit event on Wednesday February 7 and it’s open to anyone who wants to visit.
It’s an exciting event designed to showcase the excellent business community that operates within a 40 mile radius of the city and beyond.
This is the largest business to business event in Peterborough and is hosted at the East of England Arena and Events Centre.
Event organiser Edward Smith says it’s a great opportunity to gain exposure, get support and advice and make vital new contacts.
“The biggest problem for most small/medium businesses is that no one might know they exist. Exposure is key in an ever expanding business climate, as is networking.
“There are plenty of free networking events in and around Peterborough. By networking you can tell people who you are and expose yourself to people that you may have never met before which could ultimately end up you gaining you more clients and more money in your pocket.
“This is where The Peterborough Biscuit comes in, we hold the largest business event in the region and we could expose you to up to 250 businesses in one day plus a possible 3,000 visitors, how much would you pay for that kind of exposure?”
There’ll be dozens of exhibitors from an array of different companies as well as seminars and useful advice sessions. So if you’re in business – or want to be – pop down to chat and find out all you need to know.
It’s open from 8.45am – 4.30pm and it’s free to attend – just register on the website www.peterboroughbiscuit.co.uk