Emma Bridgewater, the popular classic modern pottery artist is famous for her unique and colourful designs is heading to Bury St Edmunds next month as she joins the line-up for the 2019 MENTA Business Show.
The famed ceramic artist will share her business story with the audience from across East Anglia.
‘Business Insight with Emma Bridgewater’ is just one part of the MENTA Business Show taking place on Tuesday October 1st at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds.
The event has more than 70 exhibiting businesses, a selection of free seminars and expert guest speakers, sharing their insight.
The event has been sponsored by Atkins Thomson for the past 11 years and Rob Dellow of Atkins Thomson says “New business is the lifeblood of our economy and we understand all great businesses start from small beginnings. Our ever expanding corporate and business support team happily advise new and existing businesses both small and large on all legal aspects relating to business and property.”
Nick Pandolfi – marketing manager for MENTA says ” the MENTA team have grown this event over the past few years into something that truly represents the diversity of business in Suffolk and the East Anglian region – we want visitors to feel inspired by the event as well as joining us in celebrating what is great about business people in our part of the UK.
The event attracted a footfall of around 1000 people in 2018 and this year the first 400 visitors will receive a goody bag that contains iconic Suffolk goods from the likes of Stokes Sauces and Paddy & Scott’s coffee.
To register for your FREE visitor tickets please visit here…. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-menta-business-show-2019-tickets-56638096070
There is a charge for tickets to see Emma Bridgewater CBE of £5 – these tickets can be booked from the APEX Box Office https://www.theapex.co.uk/whats-on/details.cfm?id=466547&ins=616791
For each Emma Bridgewater ticket sold, £2 will go to MENTA charity of the year, Break.