Britain’s trade leaders marked 30 days until the start of the International Festival for Business 2016 (IFB2016) last night at an event at the iconic BT Tower.
Seven Hills assembled a cutting-edge line-up of businesses to tell their story of export success as part of a showcase that previewed IFB2016, which takes place this June in Liverpool.
Among them were the family skincare start-up Balance Me; innovative bicycle manufacturer Brompton Bicycles; gourmet sweets manufacturer Candy Kittens; worldwide exporter Cobra Beer; high-tech sportswear manufacturer Kymira and lasers and photonics technology experts M Squared Lasers.
‘These are business that are thriving across the country – firms with the ambition and creativity that embody the spirit of Brand Britain that resonates around the globe,” said Max Steinberg CBE, the Chair of IFB2016.
With backing from Government and UKTI, IFB2016 will be the largest international gathering of businesses, exhibitors and international delegates in the world, with the largest showcase of innovative UK businesses and a range of free business services on offer for Business Club members, including the largest ‘Meet-the-Buyer’ event in the world.