Sunday, March 3, 2024

Princes Quay chosen as venue for inaugural Hull Business Expo

The Business Culture Hull and East Yorkshire is organising its  first ever Hull Business Expo, which will take place inside Princes Quay Shopping Centre on Wednesday 10th April this year.

It will be held in the shopping centre’s 7,690-square-foot ground floor event space as well as the downstairs foyer.

Tony Bowler, MD at The Business Culture HEY, said: “Our newly launched expo has been in the pipeline since our organisation was founded in 2016. We believe now is the perfect time to bring it to life and what better venue than Princes Quay. The event’s focus is to bring together businesses from across the region to raise brand awareness and create valuable relationships in vibrant surroundings.”

The Hull Business Expo will host 60 exhibitors from various sectors promoting their products and services. The event has been designed to facilitate pure networking and collaboration, without any distractions or time-sensitive agendas. Visitors can simply turn up any time between 10am and 4pm to explore what the region’s business community has to offer and have a chat with local business owners.

Mt Bowler added: “Princes Quay has multiple large-format promotional screens on the ground floor and inside the event space that we have access to on the day,” said Tony. “We’re looking for local businesses who are interested in advertising on these screens during the event. Simply get in touch at hello@thebchey.net and we’ll create a bespoke advertising package to suit your marketing strategy and budget.”

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