Bishop's Stortford Means Business returns to South Mill Arts on Wednesday October 20, 2021
Bishop's Stortford Means Business is set to return with a bang this autumn – and more than half of the 60 stands have been snapped up already.
The long-running exhibition, which began in 2001, is set to welcome employers, entrepreneurs and visitors to South Mill Arts on Wednesday October 20.
And there is still time to book a stand at the event, which is sponsored by East Herts Council, but exhibitors are urged to get in quick due to the high demand.
"We're really pleased to announce a new date for BSMB," said organiser Bob Lee, who had to cancel the event twice due to the pandemic.
"We will be back at our familiar date of October and many exhibitors have said to us that they see it as the ideal way to 'get business moving again'.
"We're greatly encouraged at the way local businesses have confirmed their wish to take part."
The cost to take part remains unchanged, and details of this year's seminar programme will be announced in due course. BSMB is free for visitors to attend on the day.
"This year could be the best ever BSMB – and that's saying something," said Mark Stigwood, a partner at Attwaters Jameson Hill solicitors. "Businesses and professionals will be champing at the bit to get back out on the networking scene, to catch up with friends and contacts and, perhaps most importantly, start to generate much-needed business to fuel the bounce back!"
Visit www.bsmb.co.uk for more details and email email@example.com to book a stand.