Lancashire Business View agrees exclusive partnership with lovelocalexpo

Lancashire Business View has struck an exclusive media partnership deal with lovelocalexpo 2019.

lovelocalexpolovelocalexpo, which will take place in Burnley on May 1, 2019, is an annual, full-day event bringing together businesses and buyers from across a wide range of industries.

And in 2019, which will be the fifth time the event runs, Lancashire Business View will be an exclusive partner, offering media support for the event and its sponsors, including reports and photographs on LBV’s website and within the pages of its bi-monthly magazine.

lovelocalnetworking was established to connect, support and champion Lancashire businesses. Their annual expo is a showcase of companies from across the county, with exhibitors limited to three per sector to ensure variety for the hundreds of attendees and exclusivity for the exhibitors.

Attendees can also benefit from free activities such as workshops on hot topics with local experts and lunchtime speed networking.

Rachel Kay, lovelocal director, said: “It's very important to us that our collaborative partners - both in business and for the expo - share our commitment to the county and deliver on their promises. We are therefore delighted that Lancashire Business View, whose values and ethos align closely with ours, will be our Exclusive Media Partner for 2019.”

Stephen Bolton, commercial director of Lancashire Business View, said: “Our main aim as an organisation is to get Lancashire businesses talking and doing business with each other. As we say: if you can buy it in Lancashire, buy it in Lancashire.

“lovelocalexpo is a great way to find out what’s going on around the county, and to meet new businesses that could soon become your buyers or suppliers. We have experienced first-hand the results that can be generated from this event. We look forward to attending the expo and making new connections with the excellent people there.”

lovelocalexpo is also supported by headline sponsor +24 Marketing, and print partner Printing.com Lancaster.

Rachel added: “Support for lovelocalexpo grows year on year. We only allow Lancashire businesses to exhibit which helps create a supportive vibe and lends itself to great conversations.

“Many of our exhibitors tell us the calibre of visitors is high and that they really want to do business, rather than to get free advice - or pens!”

Although the expo is over seven months away, more than one-third of stands have already been booked for 2019, with organisers expecting to sell-out by the end of the year. Cost-effective sponsorship packages are also available for companies looking to further raise their profile in Lancashire. Visit www.lovelocalexpo.co.uk to find out more and be part of #LLE2019.