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Book your tickets to the Black Country Business Festival now!

The annual 2019 Black Country Business Festival starts on Monday 13 May.

It is the second year of this exciting festival of business that will see more than 100 varied events going on all over the Back Country during the fortnight.

The packed programme contains almost every sort of business event imaginable. There are showroom and factory tours, speed networking events, digital forums, business golf days, escape room challenges, round table debates, conferences, breakfasts, lunches, dinners and workshops of all sizes themes and descriptions.

Events are all staged by local organisations and nearly every one is completely free to attend!

Attending events not only raises your company and personal profile but it gives you opportunities to meet new contacts, business leads, grow your supply chain and develop your networks. You might also learn something new that could help you or your business.

Tickets to events must be booked in advance via the website and are available on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. But don’t leave it too long as some events are already full!

The Business Festival was established by the Black Country Chamber of Commerce and is headlined by regional newcomers, eBay.

The Festival also has the backing of some great regional organisations including Talbots Law, DY5 - Dudley’s Business and Innovation Enterprise Zone, University of Wolverhampton, Birmingham Airport, Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership and Black Country Growth Hub. Casino 36 and M6 Toll are sponsors and supporter are Wolverhampton Racecourse; Crowe; Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, Think Sandwell, Walsall Council and Gecko Programmes. Media partners include the Express and Star, Signal 107 and Elonex. The Festival is managed by Associate Events.

For more information about the Festival, the full programme of events and to book tickets, visit or call 01902 912304.

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