Biz-Fest Returns

The Shropshire Chamber of Commerce have partnered with Reech Media and Shropshire Festivals to bring Shropshire BizFest back for a second year. The free festival turns conventional networking on its head by offering an informal, fun setting for Shropshire’s professionals to come together in a relaxed, festival atmosphere.

Last year’s networking event was attended by 200 people from the local business community. The popularity of the first BizFest has prompted organisers to hold this year’s event at a bigger venue, at Shrewsbury Town Football Club.

Rob Hughes, managing director at Reech, comments, “We are organising a host of interesting and informative seminars and workshops, which will be accompanied with great street food, delicious drinks, and live music. What better way to share ideas and make new connections, with a glass of wine under a tipi!”

Shropshire BizFest will be held on Thursday 12 September at the Shrewsbury Business Park. Visit shropshirebizfest.co.uk for details.

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