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#CWRocks – and so does ALM Translations

Posted 05 March 2018

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#CWRocks – and so does ALM Translations

A new business expo is being launched for Coventry and Warwickshire, which will celebrate the best in business, innovation and Coventry’s recent UK City of Culture win.

The Coventry & Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce will host the #CWROCKS Business Expo on Friday 9th March 2018, with the inaugural event taking place at the Ricoh Arena, and ALM Translations, a professional language service provider, will be exhibiting on the day.

Hundreds of business visitors from across the Midlands are expected to attend the event, with the Business Expo providing a platform for exhibitors to showcase innovative products and services.

ALM Translations will be there on Stand 68, and will be talking to visitors about how translation services can help them build relationships with overseas clients, engage audiences and promote loyalty, whether it’s through translating contracts and business documents, instruction manuals, technical documents or marketing content.

It’s a proven fact that clients prefer to buy in their own language, and translation and other language-related services should be part of a company’s digital marketing strategy if they trade overseas.

With three different service levels available, depending on a translation’s end use, we’ll demonstrate how you can select the best service level option for you and how translation services aren’t just a business overhead but are in fact an invaluable business tool.

We are also celebrating our 16th birthday that week, so look out for the birthday balloons on our stand! There may even be cake if you stop off at our stand fairly early on.

The tagline for the event is ‘Discover, Learn and Engage’, with a range of new features introduced from the Chamber’s traditional Business Expos.

#CWROCKS will feature the Learning Lab, with a line-up of exciting sessions providing business insight and knowledge around the challenges affecting business regionally, nationally and around the world.

The Learning Lab will begin at 10.15am by welcoming a triumphant David Burbidge, Chair of the City of Culture Trust, to the stage to explain how businesses will benefit from the recent win.

#CWROCKS has also partnered with Google who will be bringing their Digital Garage to the Expo to show businesses how to build a sustainable digital marketing plan for their company.

The ‘Rockstar Prize Draw’ rewards delegates for paying a visit to at least 15 stands, with the chance to win a selection of prizes donated by exhibitors.

Chris Nagle, Events and Marketing Manager at the Chamber, said: “We are looking to build on the success of our Business and Trade Expo with #CWROCKS, bringing something new to the region.

“It’s fantastic to be able to host our first CW Rocks Expo at the Ricoh Arena. It’s a premier venue and is perfect for exhibitors and visitors alike, thanks to its reliable transport links and exceptional exhibiting space.

#CWROCKS is all about delivering an excellent visitor experience, and the addition of the Learning Lab is very exciting. We have some brilliant sessions planned, providing great insight into business opportunities in our region and internationally.

Coventry and Warwickshire are known for innovation and pushing boundaries, and this new Business Expo will provide the perfect platform to show everything that is great about business here”.

To find out more about #CWROCKS Business Expo and to book your FREE visitor place visit www.cwexpo.co.uk or call 024 7665 4321



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