Speaking line-up for Oxfordshire Business Expo

The speaker line-up for the new Oxford Business Expo has been confirmed with accountancy advice, selling skills and LinkedIn masterclasses on offer for local businesses.

The event takes place on Thursday, 11th April from 11am to 4pm at the Whately Hall Hotel, Horse Fair in Banbury.

The event is free for visitors and provides the opportunity to network and meet suppliers, and potential clients from all over Oxfordshire and beyond.

The speaking timetable includes accountancy advice from the event’s main sponsor Whitley Stimpson. Motivational speaker Gary Outrageous will be showing people how to boost their face-to-face selling skills with hypnosis plus there’s a Keto Fitness Club – Couch to Keto workshop and a LinkedIn masterclass from IMC Pro Solutions. The workshops programme will then be topped off with a speed networking session hosted by the Professional Introducer Network (PIN) network.

Organiser Sheila Smith said: “We look forward welcoming you whether you’re a veteran of the business world or relatively new to networking.

“There is a range of advice on offer from our keynote speakers and great variety from our exhibitors who will be showcasing the very best of what the local business community has to offer.”

For further information and to book please contact Sheila Smith via www.eventssmith.co.uk/oxfordshire-business-expo-april-2019

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at The Base

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We made it to The Base, the new arts centre at Greenham Business Park!

I was keen to visit the Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition which is on tour at Greenham until 28 April.

We made it at 3.59pm – last entry is at 4pm – but it was worth being windswept! The images were incredible, although the first ones were saw were fairly brutal – a monkey holding its dead baby and another featuring animals holding a baboon’s face werequite disturbing.

But nature is as cruel as it is beautiful and these 100 pictures certainly were beautiful. The competition attracted more than 45,000 entries and were shortlisted down to 100 – can’t imagine the magnitude of this job.

We were amazed by the amazing variety of the pictures and DS is already thinking very differently about the natural world and the impact us humans have on it.