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Exciting seminar programme announced for this year’s Peterborough B2B Exhibition

Key business leaders have signed up to deliver a programme of exciting and inspirational workshops and seminars at the B2B exhibition taking place on 22nd October. The seminar programme, sponsored by CityFibre, ranges from talks on marketing strategies and the value of social media through to customer relationship management and the benefits of pure fibre technology.

The workshops and talks are delivered by a host of business leaders and will open with an official welcome from Cllr Marco Cereste and Gillian Beasley of Peterborough City Council. Seminars will take place in parallel to the Peterborough B2B exhibition and will run throughout the day. All sessions are free to attend but places are limited so early registration is advised.

The Peterborough B2B exhibition is one of the largest business-to-business events this autumn, with more than 600 visitors expected to attend. The event takes place at the KingsGate Conference Centre in Peterborough on Wednesday 22 October from 9.00-4.00pm. 

John Bridge OBE, chief executive of the Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce, said, “Peterborough’s B2B exhibition is a fantastic event that brings together a range of business representatives to network and showcase their products or services. With this year’s new venue and an exciting seminar programme, it’s a unique opportunity for companies to boost their knowledge and their business.”  

The Peterborough B2B Exhibition is organised by Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce in partnership with Opportunity Peterborough. The event is kindly sponsored by Peterborough City Council, Peterborough Regional College, Peterborough Telegraph, KingsGate Centre, Something Beckons, Olsen Partnership, The Larkfleet Group and CityFibre.

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