Free-to-attend event will be held at the city centre Hilton Hotel Thursday, July 13 and will feature, stands, networking and talks and discussions led by business experts. Jennie Lewis reports
Leading Liverpool law firm MSB Solicitors is confirmed as headline sponsor of the Liverpool Loves Business festival taking place later this month.
MSB has supported the event, which this year takes place at the city centre Hilton Hotel on Thursday, July 13, since it was first held in 2015.
‘Dealing With The Art Of Sales’ is the theme for 2017 at Liverpool Loves Business, which is free to attend.
The focus is aims to assist and support delegates to rediscover their cutting edge, skills, and empower them in all areas of generating business.
MSB managing partner, Paul Bibby, said: “Liverpool Loves Business is a cracking event, which has grown significantly since it began in 2015 – and we are immensely proud to have played our part in that growth.
“The audience of Liverpool Loves Business tends to be start-ups and young businesses, the kind of dynamic entrepreneurs we really want to engage with.
“As a firm, we have seen our own growth accelerate over the past three years and that has been down to the dynamic and innovative approach of our team – we like to do things differently.
“By talking about our own journey and our people-focused approach we believe we can help young businesses to develop clear strategies for their own growth.”
Festival organiser Orb CIC has unveiled the full line-up for the festival which includes Google Digital Garage as well as speaker stages and break-out areas where delegates can access valuable business advice, build connections with other like-minded colleagues, and listen to talks from industry leaders.
The appropriately named Go Get ’Em Stage will host sessions themed around selling your business in the digital age.
Guest speakers on the Go Get ’Em Stage include Paul Bibby from MSB; Gavin Sherratt from Mashbo; Jack Dotchin from Pixus; Nick Baskerville from Kitsune Studio; and Abbey Oladapo from Google.
The Sales Dojo, sponsored by Your Business Mobile, will see sales and business development experts hold a series of quick-fire sessions on topics including refining sales technique, strengthening networks, and developing interpersonal skills.
Exhibitors will include Merseyside Special Investment Fund’s Finance Hub while business support service Liverpool City Region Local Growth Hub will be offering advice to SMEs.
Festival Director Josh Boyd said: “This is our third annual conference and each year we strive to grow, develop and enhance what we can offer delegates.”
Liverpool Loves Business is free to attend. Delegates are invited to register on Eventbrite and reserve their place in advance at https://liverpoollovesbusiness.eventbrite.co.uk