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Sutton Chamber business fair set to return

15 March 2019

The Royal Business Fair – Sutton Coldfield Chamber’s annual business expo – is returning for a third year.

The event is taking place at the Ramada hotel in Penns Lane, Sutton Coldfield on 7 June and is expected to attract around 400 delegates and 40 exhibitors.  

Chris Brewerton, head of the Sutton Coldfield Chamber, said: “The Royal Business Fair is a great event for Sutton Coldfield as we welcome in excess of 400 delegates to network, build relationships and speak to many of our exhibitors from across the local area.”

“The event is a key date in the Sutton Coldfield business diary and everyone at the Chamber is looking forward to making it the best one yet for our delegates, exhibitors and sponsors.”

Exhibition stands are £200 (plus VAT) to Chamber members or £300 (plus VAT) to non-members.

An exhibition stand plus a brochure advert is £250 (plus VAT) to members or £375 (plus VAT) to non-members.

Both expos are free to attend for delegates.

For more information email events@birmingham-chamber.com

Pictured: GBCC chief executive Paul Faulkner, Sutton Chamber president Katie Hale and honorary chair Nigel Waldron and last year's fair

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