Young Entrepreneurs of England is delighted to announce The Business Show as its newest partner. For over 25 years The Business Show events have connected thousands of savvy business owners and budding entrepreneurs, sharing a wealth of knowledge, skills and advice in the heart of London. Business Show Media Ltd. holds a portfolio of some of the biggest events in Europe. Being held at ExCeL London, their shows couldn’t be better connected! Taking place on the 24th & 25th November, this year’s show will focus on getting Britain back to business.
Young Entrepreneurs of England acknowledges the hard work, dedication and inspiring stories of entrepreneurs and business owners in the United Kingdom. Central to its ethos of ‘Shaping Tomorrow’s Leaders’ – it’s a sense of community, and a thriving ecosystem of support all year round that provides opportunities for business owners to connect, learn and showcase their business.
Young Entrepreneurs of England will support The Business Show’s mission to champion entrepreneurs, business owners and start-ups. Exhibiting at The Business Show puts your business face to face with over 25,000+ SME owners and senior decision makers who are looking for the latest innovative products and services to maximise their revenue and take their business to the next level.
The Business Show Media Ltd. acquired the Great British Business Show, Business Start-up exhibitions and Going Global Live in August 2020. In the midst of the pandemic, we’ve strived to deliver exceptional products adding value to our exhibitors all year round. New for 2021 are co-located shows, Working From Home Live and Retrain Expo, offering everything you or your business needs to successfully adapt to the everchanging industry advances.
Laura Yeo, founder of the Young Entrepreneurs of England, said: “We’re delighted to welcome The Business Show to the Young Entrepreneurs of England family. We have always highlighted the importance of networking, learning about new and upcoming trends and showcasing your products and services to a larger audience.”
“More and more young people are wanting to start and grow their businesses and we as a society should be doing all we can to ensure that hidden potential is fully realised, and that any external factors – be it network, experience, or funds, do not stop them.”
“Our young entrepreneurs are the future leaders, and we need to be empowering them to take that first step in becoming an entrepreneur, giving them a place to learn, grow and create their businesses and work together towards making the future the best place it can be.”
Angie Wyatt, director of The Business Show, said: “This year’s show has never been more important, with more and more businesses needing advice and support. We’re always looking to inspire and help young entrepreneurs, so partnering with Young Entrepreneurs of England makes complete sense. Whether you’re someone with an entrepreneurial spirit looking for tips or someone wanting to start a business, we’re here to help!”