We are delighted to announce that leading Yorkshire marketing agency, Fantastic Media, and the Wakefield Express have signed up as the latest wave of corporate partners for Wakefield Business Week (#WBW14).
Fantastic Media, who are also working on the conference websites to be launched later this month, and Wakefield Express, who will provide extensive media support, have joined 4N Networking and The Business Network Wakefield as partners for the June 2014 event, along with principal partners, Chadwick Lawrence.
Monday 2nd June will be the kick-off of the second Wakefield Business Week – an 'open source' programme of sector specific seminars run by different businesses, which are all free to attend.
Conferences Manager, Chrissie Slater said: “We’re really grateful for the support of all the partners for their continued investment in Wakefield Business Week, which will be the second year of this week-long celebration of local business. Once again, the centrepiece of the week will be the (third) annual Wakefield Business Conference, which has become established as a highlight in the local business events calendar with fantastic support from partners, exhibitors and delegates alike.”
Chrissie added: “The response to Wakefield Business Week has been phenomenal so far, which demonstrates the enthusiasm of the business community for the cause and we’re excited once again to showcase what Wakefield businesses have to offer in June.”
Richard Jones, Operations Director at Fantastic Media, also commented: “We are delighted to be part of the Wakefield Business Week for the second year in a row. Working alongside the Mid Yorkshire Chamber this year the event is shaping up to be the best yet. We are excited to be involved in refreshing the online identity of both the Wakefield Business Week and the conference, taking the experience mobile to allow everyone to explore, learn and engage with the events from any device. This year we will also be speaking at the conference, and look forward to sharing our expertise on why, and when, businesses should implement marketing, and why it should always have a strategic focus.”