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Brilliant speakers lined up at free Cambridge Independent Business Expo


By Adrian Curtis


Sue Isaacson of HR Dept will deliver a seminar on The 5 Stages of the Employment Life Cycle
Sue Isaacson of HR Dept will deliver a seminar on The 5 Stages of the Employment Life Cycle

The free event is attracting the cream of the Cambridge crop when it comes to networking.

Chris Gooch, of iDentityCreative, will deliver a seminar titled Impact, Inspire, Influence: Creating a Successful Brand
Chris Gooch, of iDentityCreative, will deliver a seminar titled Impact, Inspire, Influence: Creating a Successful Brand

The Cambridge Independent Business Expo is being held at Cambridge United FC’s Cambs Glass stadium on Monday, May 15, from 10am to 3pm, is the perfect opportunity to build new connections.

Guest speakers have been lined up to give visitors an insight into how they run their businesses and inspire them with new ideas.

There will be three rooms hosting speakers on the day for expo guests to choose from depending on their particular interests. You can now reserve a free place at any of these seminars. Space is limited, so don’t miss out!

Human resources expert Sue Isaacson will talk about her successful franchise, The HR Dept Cambridgeshire and North Herts.

Dont miss the Cambridge Independent Business Expo
Dont miss the Cambridge Independent Business Expo

Two other seminars will focus on ‘Recruiting and Retaining the Right Staff for Your Organisation’ and ‘Accessing Funding’.

Guests will find Jill McCulloch of Coachyou.co.uk delivering a talk entitled ‘How to Stand Out from the Crowd’.

Meanwhile, Method will be delivering a seminar titled ‘Engage, motivate, challenge’. Laura Wing will explain how engagement and experience go hand-in-hand when it comes to sharing your brand story. How can you create a deeper connection with your audience and get them to feel something about you and your brand? How can you excite them and create conversation that impacts on your bottom line? Join Method for the seminar and explore some of the simple, resourceful and dynamic methods that can help your business cut through the noise.

Here’s the full list of seminars and activities taking place:

■ 10.15-10.45am, Room 1: Accessing Funding – John Stenhouse, Signpost 2 Grow, Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough LEP

■ 10.15-10.45am, Room 2: The 5 Stages of the Employment Life Cycle and Why They Matter – Sue Isaacson, The HR Dept Cambridgeshire & North Herts

■ 11-11.45am, Room 1: Recruiting and Retaining the Right Talent for Your Organisation – Rich Wainwright, ActionCOACH business coach

■ 11-11.45am, Room 2: Engage, Motivate, Challenge – Laura Wing, head of engagement, Method

■ 12-12.45pm, Room 1: Speed networking - build new connections

■ 12-12.45pm, Room 2: A Passion for Coffee, Engineering, Music and People – Simon Fraser, Hot Numbers Coffee

■ 1-1.45pm, Room 1: The Business of Social Media – Ed Goodman, Cambridge Business Lounge

■ 1-1.45pm, Room 2: Personal Branding: Know Your Values for Maximum Impact in Your Business – Jill McCulloch, Coach You business coach

■ 2-2.45pm, Room 1: Impact, Inspire, Influence: Creating a Successful Brand – Chris Gooch, creative director, iDentityCreative, Little Chesterford

■ 2-2.45pm, Room 2: Ideation – How to make your ideas succeed – Neil Prem, Allia

To sign up for what promises to be a rewarding and informative day, or to book your stand, visit our booking page or please contact organiser Maria Briggs by phone on 07903 856432 or email Maria.Briggs@iliffemedia.co.uk.



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