Hosted by BizBritain, the Meet the Lenders Panel brings together an array of top lenders to share where they can play a role, answer your questions and give advice. You can pitch your funding requirement on the day. Submit details here and come prepared!
"It's very important at this time for businesses to get together and share stories of how they're growing and to do this on the outskirts of a show providing a platform for entrepreneurs and experts to give guidance and advice. Founders right now need an equal dose of information and inspiration to stay motivated and I'm looking forward to hopefully playing my role in that!"
“The Wonderland is very proud to be a part of SME2017. As a former start-up company, now nine years on, we know what it takes to get a business off the ground. As a marketing and creative agency, we look forward to spreading our learnings on customer journey marketing to start-ups and SMEs alike and welcoming them to our Wonderland stand.”
“We’re delighted to be exhibiting and speaking at SME 2017. The event will be a great way for businesses to connect and build relationships for the future. We’re looking forward to helping other businesses understand how they can maximise their profitability via the online world. We’ll be offering advice, tips and knowledge throughout the exhibition.”
“The HR Dept is thrilled to be part of the SME Expo 2017. We provide a wide range of outsourced HR services, tailored to suit each individual business. Our offices support numerous SMEs across a variety of sectors, so the opportunity to offer our support and services to even more businesses is so exciting”
"We are passionate about helping innovative SMEs, who carry out R&D activities, to claim back £000’s of Corporation Tax from HMRC to help fund their growing business. SME 2017 is an excellent opportunity for us to meet these companies and explain face to face why R&D tax relief is not as time consuming and complicated as they think and why the significant financial rewards make it a very attractive source of funding."