Brentwood - a great place to do business
Following the success of last year’s inaugural event, the 2017 Brentwood Business Showcase will be held on Wednesday 1 November 2017 at Brentwood School. With more than 400 people in attendance last year, the event aims to be even bigger and better in 2017.
Organised by Brentwood Borough Council, and with Platinum and Networking Café Sponsor Wortley Byers Law, the Showcase aims to promote the area as a great place to locate, grow and do business and provides a new arena for companies to network, support local trade and champion their businesses.
Come and listen to an exciting line up of keynote speakers and entrepreneurial workshops on how to grow and innovate your business.
A key theme is the latest insight into the digital future for businesses with some of the biggest industry names joining us. The Google Digital Garage will be delivering masterclasses on the digital skills you need to grow your business or career. Worldwide brand Microsoft will be speaking on digital transformation, recognised as the biggest global trend for business. More information to follow.
So join us for the latest cutting edge insights to help transform your business whether you are starting up, developing or expanding as well as learn how to address your business challenges.
Brentwood is proud to be the home of many UK leading businesses as well as supporting small and medium enterprises. It is a great place to do business.
This innovative event will have an entrepreneurial focus and include:
- Keynote speakers
- Business advice
- Informative workshops
- Networking opportunities
- Drinks networking reception hosted by Brentwood Chamber of Commerce
We also have a wide range of sponsorship packages available for the 2017 Brentwood Business Showcase.
To register your free place as a visitor or express an interest in exhibiting or sponsoring, please click below
2016 Showcase Images and Visitor Comments
“The wealth of experience and advice shared by the speakers was inspiring and the workshops gave a real insight on how businesses could protect themselves, grow or improve further.”
“Brentwood has a thriving and diverse economy and is known for its entrepreneurial culture, so this was a great opportunity to showcase what it has to offer.”