Business networking in Stoke a success!

The Business Growth Show – a success again!

Kay Bevans took The Business Growth Show to Stoke-On-Trent last Thursday, which was an undisputed success! As usual the Speed Networking was a storm (no doubt helped by the guest appearance of the Sergeant Major himself!); the seminars were applauded and the exhibitors left with their pockets stuffed with leads.

Over the last couple of days, we have received some feedback that we would like to share with you:

“We were very sceptical before the event because we have not done anything like this before. I can honestly say that we have had an amazing day.  We received some quality business leads and got our name and brand out there. Thank you.” (James Miller, AMB Insurance)

“Very enjoyable, good atmosphere, plenty of delegates; really enjoyed the day – went very fast!” (Cathy Dean, Internet Business Directory)

“I found the right type of visitors for my business.  Very good.” (Andy Crawford, Quick Books Accountants)

Very interesting, found out a lot about other businesses.  And for a small event it was good, as in many people turned up and loved it!” (James Hobday, PR2go)

“Well organised.  Very friendly.  Extremely positive.” (Tracey Clark, Rowtype Printers)

Bring on Reading this Thursday!


One Response to “Business networking in Stoke a success!”

  1. Mark Linton Says:

    How fantastic was kay?! It was like watching someone with over 10 years experience in event management running the show…. She ran a great day and I am looking forward to a long business relationship with her.

    Good Luck for Telford in October

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