Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber is returning to the New York Stadium next week to showcase and celebrate the work of businesses from across the region as well as hearing how tourism is playing a vital role in putting South Yorkshire on the map when its Chamber Means Business Exhibition returns.
This year’s exhibition will see give business owners the chance to hear from James Mason, chief executive of Welcome to Yorkshire who will deliver a keynote speech looking at how the organisation is working collaboratively with businesses across the tourism sector and the important role the sector plays in helping to shape South Yorkshire’s regional economy.
Andrew Denniff, Chief Executive, Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber said: “Chamber Means Business Exhibition is a key date in the Chamber’s annual calender and provides opportunities for businesses from across the region to come together, showcase their knowledge and expertise, as well as forging and rekindling business connections.
“The theme for this year’s exhibition is based around regeneration and recovery. Visitors will be able to find out more about the work Welcome to Yorkshire is doing to help re-build South Yorkshire’s tourism economy, as well as finding out more about the work of local businesses from across the region.
“Following a challenging 18 months for many businesses across the region, this year’s Chamber Means Business is likely to be a special occasion, as many come come together for the first time since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic.
“To help maintain social distancing, we have limited the numbers of tickets available on the day and I would encourage anyone planning to attend the event to pre-book their place in advance.”
Chamber Means Business returns on Thursday 16th September at AESSEAL New York Stadium, Rotherham, from 9:00am to 2:30pm. The exhibition is free to attend and open to all businesses from across the region. To book a free ticket, visit: www.chambermeansbusiness.co.uk