The International Festival for Business (IFB) 2014 kicks off on Monday 2 June and promises to be an informative, business-enriching event for entrepreneurs, service providers and business owners.
The event forms part of the government’s aim to rebalance the economy; it’s hoped that it will attract prominent business delegates and trade intermediaries from around the world. Undoubtedly the largest global concentration of business events this year, IFB 2014 offers more than 150 business-focused events across seven broad themes. These themes are:
- Cities, Enterprise and Urban Business
- Creative and Digital Industries
- Financial and Professional Services
- Higher/Further Education and Research
- Low Carbon and Renewables
- Manufacturing, Science and Technology
- Maritime, Logistics and Energy
Included in the seven-week programme:
- Major conventions
- Exhibitions and conferences
- Product launches
- Awards ceremonies
- Business breakfasts
- ‘Meet the buyer’ events
Visitors will have the opportunity to exchange ideas, hear from pioneers of business, and access a wide range of services, facilities and business opportunities.
If you’re are a business-owner, you should see this event as a golden opportunity to enhance and develop your business. Explicit focus is given to creating new international and domestic business-to-business relationships, as well as developing opportunities for small, medium and large UK companies.
For more information about the event, please visit IFB2014.
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