Following the huge success of last year’s event, which delivered the biggest and busiest show yet, DL Business Expo is set to return to Darlington in May.
DL Business Expo provides an opportunity for local businesses to showcase their products and services and is a great networking opportunity for the local business community.
Last year’s DL Business Expo attracted over 60 exhibitors and over 400 attendees.
This year’s event, due to be held at Mowden Park Rugby Club in Darlington on May 17, kicks off with The Big Breakfast – a networking event, 8-10am. The exhibition then opens and will run through to 2pm.
Organisers say this year’s event is going to have more exhibition space available to businesses and is a networking opportunity you do not want to miss.
Attendees could get valuable advice, support and solutions from a range of businesses including solicitors, manufacturers, training suppliers, accountants, IT providers, marketing service providers, funding specialists and many more.
Sharon Hutchinson, managing director and chair of Darlington Business Club said: “This year we are stripping the event right back to its core purpose of creating opportunities for local businesses to network and showcase their products and services.
“The Darlington Business Club team are committed to delivering real value to the local business community and the DL Business Expo is a key part of that plan. We’ll be announcing further plans for DL Business Expo 2018 over the coming months.”
If you are a member of Darlington Business Club or a local business based in a DL postcode and are interested in exhibiting at DL Business Expo 2018, please visit www.dlexpo.co.uk or contact Darlington Business Club, [email protected].
Individuals interested in registering as a visitor for the event can do so at www.dlexpo.co.uk. Admission is free to attend the event. For more information on how to join Darlington Business Club, please visit www.darlingtonbusinessclub.co.uk.
• Pictured above (left to right): Valerie Palmer, brand manager at Darlington Business Club; Lee Rust, managing director at Mowden Park Rugby Club; Sharon Hutchinson, managing director and chair of Darlington Business Club; Amanda Baker, conferencing & events manager at Mowden Park Rugby Club and Jeff Fitzpatrick, finance & membership director at Darlington Business Club.