A summary of what we learned at the Business Show
A summary of what we learned at the Business Show

The Business Show took place this week (11-12 May) at London’s Excel. The show was packed, and there were so many fantastic speakers across both days. If you didn’t get a chance to get down there for yourself, here’s a round-up of some of the highlights:

Are you protecting your ideas? - Charlotte Musgrave from D Young & Co Intellectual Property gave an introduction to patents and copyrights

Growing fast with a small team - Matt Lumb, CEO of Tangle Teezer, speaks with Hunter Ruthven, editor of

Debt recover using High Court enforcement - David Asker from the Sheriff’s Office kicked off day two of the business show with a talk on recovering debts using high court enforcement

Who is eligible for a workplace pension? - Terry Dunbar from Budget Workplace Pensions gave a summary of workplace pensions

Cyber Security Essentials - Dominic Roberts from Cyber Security Team explained the Cyber Security Essentials scheme

Social media and employment law - Social media and employment law Emmajane Taylor-Moran and Jane Johnson from Gelbergs LLP explained how to manage your business’ reputation on social media

How to improve your Google ranking - James Nicholson of Tempo Web Design/ SEO Desk gave his tips on how to improve your SEO

The importance of sharing your story - The Business Show 2016 at London’s Excel saw Zinc Media’s own Louise Naughton give a talk on PR and branding for small businesses. Here’s her advice for getting your name out there…

Building an export strategy - Theo Kaciubskyj from Export Unlocked gave his talk on planning an export strategy

Don’t get taxed when going global - David Gibbs, member of Alliot Group gave a talk in the Tax, Finance and Foreign Investment theatre with an introduction to taxes overseas