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Superb programme of events gets under way at 2017 Gloucestershire Business Show

The 2017 Gloucestershire Business Show started today with thousands of delegates expected at what is the biggest event of its kind in the county.

The show, which takes place today and tomorrow, is free to attend and features a packed programme of events for businesses at The Centaur, Cheltenham Racecourse.

Business delegates are invited to turn up at the door on both days, with no requirement to register beforehand.

Parking at the racecourse is also free.

Now in its third year, attractions include top speakers, access to more than 100 exhibitors, zones hosted by teams of experts from across the corporate, SME and not-for-profit sectors, specialist hubs, plus seminars and workshops focusing on a wide variety of business matters.

In addition, GBS17 features networking breakfasts, an awards evening and black-tie 'After Party' featuring the Punchline Awards and raising money for charity partner the Piped Piper Appeal, plus an Investors Dinner for the county's financial sector.

While you're there, please visit the editorial team from Punchline and the guys from Moose Marketing and PR at stand Gk01 for the chance to win £100 in a prize draw.

Among the wide selection of companies which are also exhibiting and that would be delighted to meet you are:

  • Jelf Insurance Brokers - stand Cy3
  • Pure Offices Ltd - Fa4
  • Severn Wye Energy Agency - Fc1
  • Planet Logistics - Gb05
  • GFirst LEP - Gc01
  • Wididi Ltd - Gc04
  • Nimble eLearning - Gd10
  • Bloom Accounts - Ge04
  • Hazelwoods
  • Gloucester Guildhall - Gg05
  • Folk2Folk - Gh01
  • World Pay - Gh04
  • Nettl of Cheltenham, incorporating Rimano - Gj01

Rachel Jones, head of communications for GBS17, said: "Building upon the success of the past two years, we're confident the show will provide information, advice and support for everyone who comes along, whether they're representing a top international brand or their own recently-launched start-up."

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