Posted: Tue 3rd Jul 2012

Hundreds Of Businesses To Be Showcased At Wrexham Business Fair for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Jul 3rd, 2012

Hundreds of businesses from across North Wales are set to be showcased in the second Wrexham & Borderlands Business Fair this month.

The event, which takes place on 11th July at Glyndŵr University Sports Hall is free to visit and will place the spotlight on supporting and showcasing local companies from all business sectors.

Many local companies will be exhibiting on the day giving visitors the opportunity to make face-to-face contacts, network and source suppliers. will be there stall at the fair so come along and say hello!

Visitors to the exhibition will have the chance to ‘Ask the Expert’ for free information and advice on a range of business issues including local business support available, marketing, management, intellectual property, Google advertising, doing business in Europe and minimising waste. A host of free workshops will also be running on the day with topics including starting a business do’s and dont’s, e-mail & social media marketing, tendering, positive change for sustainable growth and business turn around.

A speed networking session hosted by Glyndŵr University at 1.00pm affords visitors an additional opportunity to network and make lots of new contacts.

A previous event - so a taste of things to come!

The event runs from 10.30am – 3.30pm and is organised by Liverpool BA who have been organising business fairs and events across the North West England region since holding the first City of Liverpool Business Fair, an event which recently celebrated its tenth anniversary.

LBA Director Kathy Haines said: “We had been very keen to organise an event in North Wales for some time, especially as my co director and myself live in the area, so were really pleased to be able to hold the first Wrexham and Borderlands Business Fair in 2011.

We feel that went well for a first time event and are looking forward to welcoming many businesses to the event again this year.  We’re also delighted to have Universal Stars Incorporated on board as sponsors and a 2orkshop programme that we believe is even stronger than in 2011.”

In the current climate it’s more important than ever that businesses are given the opportunities provided by our events to maintain contact with their existing customers, grow their list of contacts and access the information and support they need to grow and thrive.

For more information about the event or to register for your free place(s) visit or call Liverpool BA on 0151 709 8932. will be at the event – so hope to meet a fair number of local businesses – if you are there as well please pop over and say hello!


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