Let’s Do Business 2019, the largest business exhibition in Staffordshire, attracted a footfall of over a 1000, helping to fuel business growth across the region.

Jointly organised by Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce and Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce, the annual event held at Uttoxeter Racecourse brings together business people from all over the region to network, learn from experts and create fresh opportunities for their businesses.

With an impressive headline speaker attracting the crowds, Rachel Elnaugh best known for the creation of ‘Red Letter Days’ experience, the event offered the chance for delegates to listen to her personal story of resilience and determination which resonated deeply with business owners.

Photo caption: Rachel Elnaugh – guest headline speaker

Date for the diary: Let’s Do Business – 25th June 2020

Show organisers offer this annual opportunity to make new connections, attend speed networking and business growth seminars and ultimately do business!

Sara Williams, Chief Executive of Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce, said: “Let’s Do Business fully emphasises the Chambers’ culture of connectivity, bringing together businesses from across the region in a vibrant hub of opportunity. This year it was fantastic to see so many businesses engaging, building new relationships and growing their prospects.

“Staffordshire is home to thousands of successful, innovative and enterprising businesses and this event is all about how to grow, expand and encourage business in the region.

“This year the exhibition stands sold out and planning for Let’s Do Business 2020 is already booked for 25th June. This will be a very important year in the aftermath of Brexit – so we are determined to continue to bring about positive change and development opportunities for everyone in business.”

Photo caption: Let’s Do Business team:

Left to right: Top row – Chris Plant (Director of Greater Birmingham Chamber of commerce), David MacDonald (Executive Director– Uttoxeter Racecourse), Nik Hardy (President of the Burton & District Chamber of Commerce), Andrew Simpson (Cosam Entertainment). Bottom row – Nicola Kent Growth Hub Project Manager – Business Enterprise Support, Sara Williams (Chief Executive Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce), Rachel Elnaugh (entrepreneur and guest speaker), Sandra Butterworth – Staffordshire BIC

 

Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce provide the voice for businesses in the county, providing advocacy, advice, access to funding and much more to its members.

To find out more and to become a member visit www.staffordshirechambers.co.uk or call 01782 202222.