Business Vision Live returns to the Kent Event Centre, Detling, on May 11 with BBC Breakfast’s Ben Thompson

The organizers of Business Vision Live, say this year’s show is expected to generate up to £25 million for the thousands of participating businesses.

The event at the Kent Event Center in Detling on Wednesday May 11 will be his 15th outing and his first since the pandemic forced him to be sidelined for two years.

Business Vision Live returns May 11 for the first time since 2019

Some 2,000 people are expected to attend what is now the UK’s largest regional trade event, with over 150 exhibitors.

The networking event will also feature a number of keynote speakers, hands-on workshops and networking opportunities. Discussion points will range from the EU to the environment.

Organized in partnership with Kent County Council, KM Media Group, Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce, SELEP and many more, this year’s program includes a keynote address from Ben Thompson of the BBC.

He will share his views on the short, medium and long term prospects for UK businesses and their ability to meet the challenges of widespread social and economic change.

Although the main event is free, there is a large networking breakfast before the main event where attendees will have the chance to hear from key business leaders. It is sponsored by Kent and Medway Growth Hub, AshfordFOR and Medway Council. Tickets for this cost £25 + VAT.

BBC's Ben Thompson to deliver Business Vision Live 2022 keynote
BBC’s Ben Thompson to deliver Business Vision Live 2022 keynote

Other sessions will take place during the day, including an update on labor law, diversity in the workplace, alternative energy sources and an overview of what companies are doing online at the moment. fastest growing.

A spokesperson for Pembury-based organizers Revolution Events said: “Visitors will be able to benefit from new features for the 2022 event, including a new exhibition layout, improved round table room facilities, fun giveaways in the bag of the delegates and the possibility of participating in competitions on the stands of the exhibition.”

All participants will also be entered into a raffle.

To register for the event, click here.

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