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Local PR firm to Make More Noise for Birmingham’s Business Growth Show

PUBLISHED: 18:04 29 March 2017 | UPDATED: 18:04 29 March 2017

Mark Linton, Director of The Business Growth Show

Mark Linton, Director of The Business Growth Show

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Worcestershire based PR and Marketing agency, Make More Noise, has secured a new and exciting contract with renowned corporate expo, The Business Growth Show

Worcestershire based PR and Marketing agency, Make More Noise, has secured a new and exciting contract with renowned corporate expo, The Business Growth Show, to help increase footfall for the show’s 10th Anniversary events in March and September this year.

Held annually at Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham, the Business Growth Show is unique in its ability to provide Entrepreneurs, Start-ups and SMEs with the opportunity to improve business development, by creating a space where professionals are able to share valuable advice, meet new contacts and walk away feeling inspired to drive growth.

The first 2017 event will take place on Thursday March 30, and promises to be the best Business Growth Show to date – with highlights including 100 exhibitors showcasing their business offering, speed networking, a business connections board and 100 hours of free business advice given through 40 influential speakers – such as candidate for West Midlands Mayor and Lyndsay Morgan, Head of Operations at Climb Online, the digital marketing agency founded by BBC Apprentice winner, Mark Wright, the most successful winner to date.

Hannah Haffield, Director of Make More Noise, confirmed: “Both the team and I are really excited to be working with The Business Growth Show and have already put together an integrated PR and Marketing strategy that will help increase footfall, whilst highlighting the real benefits of attending Birmingham’s leading corporate expo.”

“Over the past ten years alone, The Business Growth Show has attracted over 150,000 businesses and generated around £6.7 million for the UK’s economy. Make More Noise will now work hard to ensure this success continues for the event’s 10th Anniversary and beyond.”

Mark Linton, Director of The Business Growth Show, added: “I am delighted to be working with Make More Noise and feel that Hannah and the team will be a real asset to the success of The Business Growth Show moving forwards, particularly as 2017 is a special year for us!”

“Over the pasts 10 years, I have witnessed thousands of professionals meeting new customers, establishing new corporate relationships and feeling inspired by our keynote speakers or dedicated business workshops. I cannot wait for our first event at the end of March, and feel it will be one of our best yet!”

Make More Noise was founded by Hannah Haffield in October 2015, and since this time the firm has secured clients on both a local and national scale, including one of Worcestershire’s most popular hotels and wedding venues, The Wood Norton, together with international edtech firm, e-Careers Limited.

The first Business Growth Show 10th Anniversary event will be taking place on Thursday March 30 at Edgbaston Stadium. To register for a free ticket, please visit www.businessgrowthshow.com.

To find out more about Make More Noise, please visit www.makemorenoise.co.uk.

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