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The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has announced that Neil Warwick OBE, FSB policy chair for Brexit, will be delivering a keynote speech about the implications of Brexit for smaller businesses at the Festival of Enterprise on 24 October at the NEC, Birmingham.
Neil will join Piers Linney of the BBC’s Dragon’s Den and other experts in offering advice and inspiration to business owners and entrepreneurs attending the festival.
Neil Warwick said: “I am delighted to have been invited back to speak at the Festival of Enterprise and looking forward to returning to the NEC.”
Now in its third year, the Festival of Enterprise is a free-to-attend 2 day event at the NEC designed to help your business grow, faster, at which you can network with up to 5000 entrepreneurs find suppliers in an expo of 150 exhibitors and have access to a packed agenda of business experts providing keynote speeches.
FSB will be offering in-person advice at stand F10 to attendees throughout the festival’s duration on everything from access to finance to business banking and will host a networking event at 10am on 23 October at the Visa Networking area.
As a headline partner, FSB is also offering free parking at the event to people who register for the Festival of Enterprise using their unique link [http://bit.ly/FSBFoE] before 13 October.
Rich Bishop, FSB West Midlands Regional Chair said: “It’s great to be working with the Festival of Enterprise for the third consecutive year. We know that this year’s show is going to be bigger and better than before and we’re proud to be supporting a show that aims to help businesses across the Midlands and beyond grow and scale up.”