Swindon & Wiltshire Business News

Print

Fifth Swindon Business Show attracts 1,000 visitors

on .

Robert Buckland, parliamentary candidate for Swindon South, is shown redevelopment plans by Chris Hitchings of Forward SwindonRobert Buckland, parliamentary candidate for Swindon South, is shown redevelopment plans by Chris Hitchings of Forward SwindonMore than 1,000 business owners and managers passed through the doors of STEAM Museum in Swindon yesterday (Thursday) to network at the fifth annual Business Show Swindon, and to visit the stands of around 80 exhibitors.

The highlight of the Show was a keynote speech by leadership expert Monty Halls, who told delegates: “Keep your team on track. Choose your attitude. Things will go wrong. It's important to decide how you'll react when they do.”

Dominic Threlfall, Jane Newton, Helen Russell and Nick Pincott of Pebley Beach hand out copies of Pebley NewsDominic Threlfall, Jane Newton, Helen Russell and Nick Pincott of Pebley Beach hand out copies of Pebley NewsHarriet Williams and Bex Long of law firm ThringsHarriet Williams and Bex Long of law firm ThringsLittle Miss Cakemaker Samantha Whittingham with her corporate cakesLittle Miss Cakemaker Samantha Whittingham with her corporate cakesJan de Jonge of People Business PschologyJan de Jonge of People Business PschologyAlison Edgar of Sales Coaching Solutions and Denise O'Leary of Purpol MarketingAlison Edgar of Sales Coaching Solutions and Denise O'Leary of Purpol MarketingSimon Miles and Donna Davis of Smile Centre, offering private dental care for businessesSimon Miles and Donna Davis of Smile Centre, offering private dental care for businesses