If you are involved in business in or around Surrey Heath, the Camberley Enterprise Expo is a crucial event not to be missed.
The Council is pleased to host our first ever Expo on September 13 at Camberley Theatre. With virtual interactions increasingly replacing opportunities to meet existing and prospective clients face to face, the Camberley Enterprise Expo offers a fantastic opportunity for businesses to showcase their products and services, build key relationships and gain valuable sales leads.
This local event is more than just another business to business exhibition. It’s open to exhibitors who wish to reach local consumers as well as other businesses – encouraging a wide range of attendees, including venues, banks, IT companies, professional services and retailers.
To ensure the event gets off to a flying start, the Council are hosting a pre-Expo breakfast seminar, including presentations from SHBC Chief Executive Karen Whelan and Surrey Heath MP Michael Gove. A series of business seminars led by local business leaders will also take place throughout the day.
The Expo is supported by The Camberley Society and Surrey Chambers of Commerce, and is being organised by Webster Consultancy and The Best Of Camberley, both of whom have significant experience in delivering successful networking and exhibition events across Surrey.
Leader of Surrey Heath Borough Council, Cllr Moira Gibson, said: “We are pleased to support this important new business event in Surrey Heath, as part of our key objective to support and promote our local economy so that people can work and do business across Surrey Heath.”
Co-organiser David Yu of The Best Of Camberley said: “This is a key new event in the Surrey business calendar. We hope that local businesses will support it, and make the most of the networking, sales and marketing opportunities it offers.”
A range of stand sizes are available at the Expo, with prices starting at £380. There will also be a smaller, lower cost area for charities, not-for-profit organisations and community groups.
Thanks to event sponsors McCarthy & Stone, Watchmoor Park, Dolphin Head, Basepoint Camberley and The Mall Camberley for their continued support.