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Show offers Lichfield and Burntwood firms the chance to grow their businesses

Businesses across Lichfield and Burntwood are being invited to a networking show at Drayton Manor Park.

Taking place on November 22, the 2017 Tamworth and Lichfield Business Show will feature 50 exhibitions and offer expert advice.

The free event will also see free talks and seminars taking place to help businesspeople grow their companies.

A keynote speech will be delivered by Rosie Ginday, founder of Miss Macaroon, while communication coach and business growth expert Kim Arnold will share her secrets on identifying a company’s “unique value”.

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Cllr Ian Pritchard, Lichfield District Council’s Cabinet ,ember for economic growth, said: “We are delighted to be working in partnership to present the business show that will offer a wealth of information and networking opportunities for free.

“Making sure local businesses can access professional advice to help them grow is hugely important to the council, and we very much look forward to welcoming plenty of business representatives to this year’s event.”

Other talks will come from social media consultant Mark Saxby and Cocoonfcmedia managing partner James Blackman.

The Tamworth and Lichfield Business Show will be held in the Tower and Hamilton Suite at Drayton Manor Park from 10am to 4.30pm on November 22. For more details visit www.tlbusinessshow.co.uk.
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