Cornwall Business Fair will make history this year, bringing companies together in a way that has never been done before in the Duchy.

Given the challenges 2020 has brought, Cornwall Chamber has decided to invest in an advanced software, bringing its biggest event in a time of uncertainty to the comfort of homes and offices.

The chamber says the Virtual Cornwall Business Fair, on Wednesday November 4, will give businesses a wider and more creative choice as to how we communicate with each other.

Naomi Copperwait, events executive at Cornwall Chamber of Commerce, said: “With climate change an ever-increasing concern it has always been an idea to offer virtual experiences to the business community in Cornwall.

“The pandemic has made us take the plunge and we’re very excited that the Business Fair will now be accessible to a much wider audience.

“With the help of the Vfairs platform, delegates can immerse themselves in an interactive, engaging environment where they can network, be inspired and also get to support businesses in Cornwall.”

Chief executive Kim Conchie added: “This Vfairs software for running an international standard business fair is really engaging.

“Taking a stand or attending the event will open your eyes to the future of virtual events, intrigue you and introduce a useful and time-effective method of keeping up to date with best practice and, indeed, everything the thriving Cornwall business landscape has to offer.”

The Cornwall Business Fair is the centrepiece of the Festival of Business which runs from November 2-6. All Festival of Business events can be found here with more being added daily.

To register for the Cornwall Business Fair, click here.