The Venue Expo 2016 team has scoured the country for the finest in the game by securing names such as Liverpool FC, Everton FC, Wembley Stadium, Leeds UTD and Sheffield UTD as recent exhibitors for this year’s show.
“To celebrate its third year, we’ve secured some of the top sporting venues in the country for Venue Expo. We’ve worked incredibly hard on making sure this year’s show delivers an experience unlike any other,” said Bryce Muldoon, Show Manager. “Our visitor feedback from last year’s show told us that they wanted more sports venues – so we made sure that we covered this thoroughly!”
The variety of venues this year ranges from high-end luxury hotels such as Carlson Rezidor and Castle Collection to household brands such as LUSH and Deliveroo.
“Having this quality of exhibitor ensures an fantastic visitor experience,” comments Brett Bienias, President of show organiser UKFE. “To have exhibitors such as UBER and Land Rover amongst our impeccable education means that this really isn’t something to be missed. With team-building brands like Chill Factor and travel providers such as Prestige Business Travel heading up the exhibitors within PA Expo, we’ve made sure that both exhibitions will be top class in content”.
Venue Expo, co-located with PA Expo, will also be bringing CPD-accredited courses and networking sessions from some of the UK’s finest institutions, alongside a wide range of industry leaders. With less than three weeks to go until the event, the show really does position itself as the leading MICE event in the North of England.
Venue Expo and PA Expo return to the Exhibition Centre Liverpool on 8 and 9 November. Doors open 10am and entrance to the exhibition and seminars is completely free. To register to attend, visit thevenueexpo.co.uk, or to register for the PA Expo, visit paexpo.co.uk.
PA Life will be hosting two panel discussions on day two of the show. Editor Amelia Walker will cover “Driving your own career agenda” with guests Penny Whitelock from Strategi HR, Julie Jordan from Virtualis PA, and Adam Fidler, Principal at Adept Executive Coaching. Meanwhile, Deputy Editor Molly Dyson will cover “The future of the VA industry” with panelists Caroline Wylie from the Society of Virtual Assistants, Joanne Hawkins from Executive VPA and Alex Platt from Swift Virtual Assistant.