Companies throughout Derbyshire came together at the launch of The Derby Business Expo at The Roundhouse. The historic venue will play host to this momentous event on Friday 30th October, which is set to be one of the most prestigious events in the Derby business calendar. The leading objective of the event is to create inward investment and business growth throughout the city and county.

Amongst the companies who attended were sponsors, East Midlands Trains, East Midlands Chamber of Commerce and Derby Connected.

Donna Adams, Business Development Manager for East Midlands Trains, stated:

“We are proud to play an important role in supporting local businesses and the economy, providing convenient and punctual services from Derby to London and other important towns and cities across the country. Supporting the Derby Business Expo is part of that ongoing commitment to encourage growth and investment along our route and we are delighted to be part of this excellent project.”

Along with the sponsors, a host of exhibitors and supporters were also present at the press day; Talk Staff Recruitment, Air IT, Gravity Digital Ltd, Russell Scanlan, Harper HR, Three Hundred & Sixty Degrees,
Jury’s Inn, Status Social, Marketing Derby, Clean Slate, Flint Bishop, and Swindell & Pearson.

The press day gave an opportunity for all attendees to do some networking with fellow exhibitors and
to get a feel for the stunning venue.

The main event, taking place at the end of the month, will be a great place for delegates to come along
and network. With an array of fantastic guest speakers, including Former F1 Mechanic Marc Priestley
and Huub Managing Director Dean Jackson and workshops taking place by industry leaders, there will
be plenty of opportunities to gather new knowledge.

Come down to The Roundhouse on the 30th October and help celebrate Derby as a great city to do
business and make contacts whilst you’re there. All you have to do to is register for your free delegate
ticket, more info can be found at

Last Updated on 4 years by Gary Parsons

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