The Indie Business Fair Returns To The Workstation

26th February 2018

The Workstation opens its doors on Wednesday 18th April to exhibit some of the best of Sheffield's independent, creative and homegrown businesses at The Indie Business Fair.

Exhibitors come from a range of fields; photography to illustration, social media and marketing, legal and financial, along with the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and Sheffield City Region Growth Hub. The event creates a forum to promote and support independent businesses across a range of sectors in Sheffield, providing an opportunity for attendees to network, meet like-minded people and make lasting connections. -Sheffield is a vibrant city, and an exciting place to do business. We want the range of exhibitors at the Indie Business Fair to reflect this. Whether you are freelancers, an SME, a social enterprise or a larger organisation- The Indie Business Fair is for you! Whatever or whomever you need to help get your business to the next level, we are confident that you will find them at the fair! Mark Farnsworth Commercial Manager, Showroom Workstation The Workstation is home to over 50 businesses, ranging from high growth tech start-ups, to theatre and broadcasting. You will have the opportunity to meet some of our lovely tenants at the Indie Business Fair too. With appearances from Meshviz, Shift Media, Benchmark Recruitment, Richard Smith Illustration, Yoko:10 and Poochie Presents. The Indie Business Fair runs from 9am -1pm on Wednesday 18th April and is free to attend. Coffee for attendees will be supplied by Heavenly Coffee. Guests can register on the Event Brite page:

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