SMEs are re-focusing on growth and budgeting for the resources, systems and people they’ll need to seize the initiative and capitalise on economic recovery. How are you planning to reach the flourishing businesses and owner-managers who represent your customers of tomorrow?
We can offer you exceptional opportunities to network, build your profile and gain valuable access to the influential opinion-leaders, decision-makers and entrepreneurs at the heart of UK plc’s economic recovery.
This year, the IFA is staging five National seminars at key locations in March and June. Delegates (representing SMEs and the professional services firms that advise them) will be attending primarily to gather essential intelligence and insights to equip them to:
The seminars represent excellent networking and profile-raising opportunities for commercial sponsorship. Delegates booked to attend include business owners, board directors, senior managers, accountants and tax advisers, as well as representatives of trade associations, professional membership bodies and employers’ organisations.
We are also holding several smaller Roadshow events around the country which we also encourage sponsors to attend to gain maximum coverage.
By becoming an event sponsor, you’ll raise your profile in the local SME community, maintain visibility with existing customers and secure new contacts, referrals and leads. You’ll be better able to align your business and sales objectives with those of like-minded organisations.
Benefits available exclusively to sponsors include:
To find out how you can gain access to a highly sought-after audience of decision-makers and business leaders, contact John Edwards, Chief Operating Officer, on +44 (0)1732 458080, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only 1 week until the IFA 2014 Midlands Regional Conference held at West Bromwich Albion Football club.
Book now for the 29th April 2014.
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1 week until the IFA Midlands Conference at West Bromwich Albion Football Club. Book online at http://t.co/UB7SjBBqYj or call 01732458080
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+44 (0)1732 458080