The final preparations are being made for next week’s Cornwall Business Fair.
More than 85 businesses will be exhibiting their products and services at the event, which is being hosted by the Cornwall Chamber of Commerce at the Eden Project, on Wednesday May 13.
Co-founder of Eden, Sir Tim Smit KBE, will open proceedings with a special breakfast presentation.
The main stage will feature key notes from international businessman Sir John Banham; founder of London’s premier networking club, Tanya Mann Rennick; and President of the British Chambers of Commerce, Nora Senior.
There will also be a presentation from Lord Robin Teverson during a ‘Celebration Lunch’ event.
Chamber chief executive, Kim Conchie, said: “We are very excited about this event and it continues to grow; our breakfast and lunch events are already fully booked and every day we are inundated with requests for more stands.
“The venue is fantastic and I can’t wait to see how it all looks – the vibrant colours and interesting building are sure to get the creative juices flowing and make for fantastic networking and ideas sharing.”
Visitors at the show who have pre-registered via the website are in with the chance of winning dinner for two at Paul Ainsworth’s No.6 restaurant in Padstow. Other prizes available to win on the day include a weekend for two in London and a half day workshop with guest speaker Tanya Mann Rennick.
The event is free to attend and for one day only that includes free entry to the biomes.
Simply turn up on the day or pre-register by clicking here.