Sunday, September 20, 2020

Expand your network at the Lincoln Property & Business Investment Expo

Prime for those looking to grow client and network contacts, the Lincoln Property & Business Investment Expo provides a great environment to connect with professional services and intermediaries in the property, construction and business investment sectors.

Business Link will be amongst the exhibitors at the event.

The 2020 Lincoln Property & Business Investment Expo will be held on Wednesday 29th April at the The Bentley Hotel in Lincoln. Entry to the show, which will take place from 9:00am – 1:45pm, is free and the event will be followed by a network lunch. Tickets for the lunch are just £25+vat and available to order here.

The expo presents an opportunity to discuss current topics, including regeneration, investment, development, growth.

To exhibit at the event, costs start from as little as £250+vat.

If you are interested in becoming an exhibitor, would like to register to attend the event, or buy tickets to the network lunch click here.

This event is directly marketed and aimed at those with key interests within a property and business environment – professional intermediaries B2B, Electrical Contractors, Engineering Contractors, Security, Environment Consultants, Finance Brokers, Landlords, Estate Agents, Property Agents, Service Providers, Landowners, Commercial Agents, Developers, Architects, Accountants, Chartered Surveyors, Banks, Construction, Building Contractors, Investors, Corporate Finance, Recruitment Specialists, PR, Graphic designers, Communications, Building Societies, Solicitors, Surveyors, Project Managers, Regeneration, Relocation Services, Local Authorities, Town Planners, Transport, Planners, Office Planning, Fit Out & Supply, Inward Investors, Indigenous Investors and many more.

Event itinerary

7:00 – Exhibitor setup
9:00 – Exhibition opens
13:45 – Exhibition closes
14:00 – Network meal

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