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Speaking Applications Now Open for the Southampton Business Expo 2018

Matthew Larcome
Thursday
09
August 2018
Business Expo News

Applications to speak or run a seminar are now open for this year's Southampton Business Expo which is taking place at The Ageas Bowl on Thursday 15th November 2018.

The business show is the largest exhibition of its kind in the South and attracts up to 1,000 visitors throughout the day. Speaking at the event is a fantastic way to raise your profile to prospective clients, reach new audiences and help position you as a go-to expert in your field. And best of all, it's free!

A number of speakers have already been confirmed, but there are still opportunities available to those who would be interested in getting involved with the event.

The organisers are keen to connect with anybody who would be able to speak on any of the topics and subjects below:

  • Sales and Marketing
  • Robots/Automation/Bots
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • How to be a Successful Solopreneur
  • LinkedIn
  • Lead Generation and Lead Conversion
  • The Future of Business
  • Brexit
  • Blogging and Social Content
  • Cyber security
  • Video Production
  • Business Growth

If you or somebody you know from networking would be interested in speaking at the event, please email matthew@b2bexpos.co.uk with information, a profile picture, personal bio and a short seminar description explaining in more detail what you would like to talk about during your slot.

Alternatively, you can apply to be a speaker on our website for multiple events. Simply complete the online speaker application form and we'll be in touch when regarding future opportunities.

Speaking slots are fast becoming limited, so please get in touch by Friday 7th September 2018. The complete speaker and seminar line-up will then be confirmed and announced on Friday 14th September 2019.

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