The Telegraph Business Club today is confirmed as the official Media Partner of what is being dubbed “the UK’s Greatest Business Event” Business 2012.
Two of the UK’s best-known and most admired entrepreneurs, Sir Richard Branson and Lord Sugar, have already been confirmed as keynote speakers.
Dedicated to entrepreneurs, owner-managers and dynamic professionals, the Telegraph Business Club features articles, expert views and case studies to help people to grow their business. As such, it is the perfect Media Partner for this event, as the organiser’s Managing Director, Vishal Misal of Blak Pearl Ltd explains:
“We are obviously delighted to have such a prestigious brand associated with the event and feel that we are perfectly aligned with the Telegraph Business Club in terms of our goals, so this is a fantastic opportunity for both parties.
“Telegraph Business Club Members are serious business people who are like-minded and determined to put the UK economy back on a positive path. All 50,000 members of the Club are most welcome at Business 2012 and will be able to network with other similarly focussed, driven and inspired entrepreneurs and business owners from across the country and indeed the world.”
Running from 18TH – 20TH March at The O2 in London, Business 2012 www.business2012.com is free to attend, with over 600 workshops, seminars and exhibitors available to learn from and speak to for anyone serious about setting up or developing their business.
Speaking about Business 2012, Sir Richard Branson said:
“I can confirm that I will be at Business 2012, being interviewed live on stage and answering questions and tweets. No one has a monopoly on good ideas and events like this can open the door to greater connections and business opportunities: something we all need during these challenging times.”
Confirming that he too will be a keynote speaker at Business 2012, Lord Sugar said:
‘I’ve always encouraged entrepreneurs and hopefully this event will really help people to grow bigger and better businesses. Encouraging young people to become entrepreneurs is something I’ve always believed in. I have always said they are the business people of tomorrow and we need to encourage and support them all we can. This event is for serious business people and will help small businesses at the time they need it.”
Business 2012 is for people in the early stage of starting up as well as for established businesses. To help visitors tailor their visit and make the best use of their time, you can register as a Start Up, SME and Mid-Market business. To see the range of confirmed speakers and exhibitors and register for a free ticket, go to www.business2012.com.