Return of St Albans district Business Festival

PUBLISHED: 18:00 29 May 2016 | UPDATED: 09:27 31 May 2016

St Albans Business Festival 2015

St Albans Business Festival 2015


Following on from the success of last year’s inaugural event, the St Albans Business Festival is back, and promises to be bigger than ever.

St Albans Business Festival 2015St Albans Business Festival 2015

St Albans District Chamber of Commerce has arranged a full programme of events across the week of July 4-8.

Highlights include workshops on cyber crime and how to tender for contracts, speed networking sessions, business fashion tips, a business breakfast at OA’s Rugby Club and a business quiz at St Albans Boys School.

The week concludes with a festival finale networking lunch at Sopwell House on July 8 featuring guest speaker Secretary of State for Business Sajid Javid.

Chamber executive director Lisa Bates said: “The purpose of the business festival is to provide a numerous and diverse range of networking opportunities for the busienss community.

“We will be working with many partners during the week, delivering an impressive schedule, so keep your diary free!”

Find out more here.

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