Successful business event returns to Bedfordshire


Bedfordshire is set to welcome back business owners from across the country when IGNITE returns to the Sharnbrook Hotel on Wednesday 12th June 2019.

The event is open to anyone looking to grow their business and develop their skills and knowledge on a wide range of business areas from sales and business planning to social media and content creation.

Seven top speakers are lined up to speak at the event including social media expert Samantha Cameron; international speaker and author Taz Thornton; storyteller and content creation specialist Asha Clearwater; business strategist Lisa Sheppard; money mindset coach Louise Cartwright; and sales expert Niraj Kapur.

Kathryn Slack of Graydon Ventures is the founder of the event, which launched back in September 2018. She said: “The purpose of IGNITE is to bring people together who want to learn and grow their business. The response we received from our first event was amazing and we quickly realised there was demand for more events. I can’t believe we are now on our third!

“I have put so much time and effort into sourcing the very best speakers - people who our attendees can learn so much from and then take that new-found knowledge away with them and implement it in their own businesses. Ignite is also an opportunity to network with like-minded business people who you may find can also help you and your business. Whether your business is new or old, I can guarantee that there will be something for everyone to learn and take away.”

The event runs from 9.15am until 5.15pm on Wednesday 12th June. Tickets start at £120 and include breakfast and lunch. Sponsorship packages are also available, from a banner space at £165 right through to the main event sponsor. For more information, click here.

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