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Wales’ Largest Business Show Just Got Bigger


The Welsh Business Shows has been delivering high quality shows in Wales for the past eight years and has gained the reputation as Wales Premier Business Exhibition. The shows which are currently held in the Capital of Cardiff and the City of Swansea at prestigious venues are packed full of all things business and attended by hundreds of businesses from all over Wales.

The Welsh Business Shows have announced the launch of The Welsh Business show roadshows that will see exhibitions delivered throughout wales with the first of the roadshows being held in Carmarthenshire this July!

Hundreds of businesses will come together to take part in the shows events which include a Networking breakfast, free informative seminars delivered by UK Leading experts, business networking and meander around the vast shell scheme show connecting with our exhibitors and hundreds of visitors.

Show founder and Managing director Emma Wilkins LLB.MBL.PGCE talked with us about the expansion:

“We are really excited to launch The Welsh business show roadshows, and to be holding the first one in Carmarthenshire. We are received tremendous interest in the roadshows with Carmarthenshire already half way to selling out. We are pleased to be bringing a quality exhibition to Carmarthenshire and are looking forward to talking the shows all throughout Wales”.

The shows are completely free to attend as a visitor, and exhibiting starts at just £199 (vat free)!

For more information about exhibiting your business at any of the Welsh business shows, or to register your free visitor tickets, please visit The Welsh business show website.


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