The Business Show Boasts the Best in Features and Speakers

The Business Show is the longest running exhibition for all businesses looking to expand, evolve and grow. Taking place on the 14th and 15th November at the ExCel London, The Business Show will attract business professionals from around the globe to come to exhibit their latest and greatest in products and services as well as the leading individuals to lead seminars for the visitors, providing second to none learning opportunities. Tickets are free and available now from where you can also see the full show guide to start planning what will be a busy agenda!
As The Business Show enters its 40th edition, this year will see the event boast a hugely diverse speaker line up that really shines a spotlight into the modern business arena. With the likes of Kavita Oberoi OBE sharing her journey to the front of the industry, as well as cover star extraordinaire Caprice Bourret, Head of Marketing at Google Raja Saggi and former footballer and tv presenter Clark Carlisle all leading keynote seminars across the show. Alongside these amazing names there is also former Dragon in the Den Rachel Elnaugh and ex-Apprentice contestant Harrison Jones will both be leading their own keynotes to give The Business Show even more star power than it already possesses!

If the star-studded and market leading speaker line up didn’t seal the deal then the plethora of additional features at the show will! The unrivalled networking opportunities will be bolstered by the inclusion of speed networking, run by sponsors of the show American Express. This will allow visitors to meet a broad range of professionals in a short amount of time, perfect for the business person on a tight schedule. A quick visit to the Business Connections wall, sponsored by Exact, will grant visitors the chance to peruse business cards left by other delegates, making it a really great chance to the network without actually being present! The Businesses for Sale Live feature will also provide a crash course in selling and buying businesses.

The Business Show will also have some incredible master classes available for delegates to sign up, continuing to deepen the well of knowledge that is available at The Business Show. With masterclasses on intellectual property, kick-starting digital companies and developing a successful online brand, there will be a broad variety to the masterclasses whilst still being deeply relevant to the industry.

With all this content at The Business Show, the reasons not to attend are becoming increasingly thin on the ground. Free tickets are readily available at, where you can also see the full speaker line-up, exhibitor listing and masterclass schedule to begin planning what will undoubtedly be a vital date in your businesses diary.