BUSINESS FESTIVAL TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE
Events in this year’s Black Country Business Festival are now available to book through the BCBF website.
From 4th to 15th October, companies and organisations from all over the Black Country are running free events as part of the fourth Business Festival, aiming to help and inspire other businesses as the economy kicks-starts again.
This year sees a mix of digital, in-person and hybrid events with everything from the likes of a virtual tour of Sandwell’s new aquatics centre for next year’s Commonwealth Games to health and wellbeing in the workplace as well as a whole host of property and development events which truly signify the extensive opportunities of the changing face of the region.
With some 70 different events to choose from, there will almost certainly be something that will appeal... ...and almost every event is completely free to attend!
Tickets are being issued on a first-come, first-served basis, so take a look at the many exciting events on offer and reserve yours today.
The Black Country Chamber will be running a number of events during this year’s Black Country Business Festival including:
Workshop & Practical Session
Doing Business Internationally
Uncovering Export Opportunities, Getting Paid and Managing Export
Taking the First Steps to Become your Own Boss?
Let us Help you to Start-Up, Scale-Up and Succeed
Integrating Social Media into Your Marketing Strategy
How our Armed Forces Reservists can be good for Business
Black Country Business Club
A Practical Learning Day
How to be Successful in the French Construction Market
Let’s Talk About the Menopause
Optimising EU & Cross Border Sales with Avalara
The Platinum Peer Group "Experience"
Export Advice Drop-in Clinic:
There's No Such Thing as the Unknown, Only Things Temporarily Hidden
Guyana Market Opportunity and Caribbean Market Entry
Race to Zero
Queen's Award for Enterprise
What Winning Could Mean for your Business!
Creating Inclusive Workplaces
View and book your tickets HERE
The 2021 BCBF is partnered by Talbots Law, Dudley Business First and the Black Country Chamber of Commerce. Sponsors are Thomas Dudley, Casino 36, Sandwell Council, Walsall Council and Sandwell Business Ambassadors. Media Partners are: Elonex, Business Works, Prosper Magazine and Metro.