Brunch Means Business is a networking event by the organiser of Menta Trade Fair 2017. The event heralds the opening of the 9th edition of the trade show and features jewellery designer Alex Monroe as its keynote speaker.
The networking event, supported by Invest In Suffolk, is expected to attract over 150 business people exhibiting their products and services to over 600 visitors.
“The county has a vibrant business community. There is a massive amount of creativity locally and it is sure to be an inspiring day. I’m looking forward to meeting new people and learning about some of the great companies in the region,” Monroe told The Bury Pree Press.
There will also be a variety of workshops throughout the day for delegates to attend. A drinks reception hosted by Signpost2Grow finishes off the show.
The Menta Trade Fair 2017 will be held at The Apex, Bury St Edmunds. Atkins Thomson Solicitors sponsors the event for the 9th year running.
The Menta Trade Fair is free to attend but booking is essential. More information on the exhibition website www.menta.org.uk.
Alex Monroe grew up in the countryside, in Suffolk. After training at the Sir John Cass School of Art in London, he created his first collection in 1987. Throughout his d career, Monroe has collaborated with a diverse array of partners from Buckingham Palace to Nike, The Victoria and Albert Museum to Anthropologie, or Penhaligon’s, the Goring or Coco de Mer, Kew Gardens. The Alex Monroe jewellery is available all around the world.