Boris secures JTrade2021!
With the words ‘It’s time to start living with Covid’ Boris has ended months of delays, uncertainty and speculation, by confirming that after the 19th of July, the UK’s coronavirus restrictions will come to an end. For the event industry, and in particular JTrade, this is fantastic news. It means our largest ever event, at the ExCel London, on the 8th and 9th of November 2021, will now go ahead at full capacity.
With lockdowns having had a critical impact on our businesses, the JTrade team are eager to help Jewish businesses get back on track, and develop new opportunities for trade. After all, 16 months of restrictions and chaos have been challenging for every one of us. And let’s be honest, most of us are suffering enough ‘virtual fatigue’ to last a lifetime.
So we’ve pulled out all the stops to create an engaging and fully face-to-face experience. One that’s already creating a palpable buzz amongst those that have already booked their exhibit spaces and guest tickets.
Our last event, in 2019, attracted over 300 exhibitors and 5,000 attendees from across the UK’s Jewish property and construction industry. It was the place where people came to find new customer leads, supplier contracts, and opportunities for collaboration. All the things, as it happens, our businesses need now more than ever to relaunch, recalibrate, and return to strength.
As JTrade founder Ari Feferkorn says:
“With the government finally signalling our society is returning to normal, it’s time for us to come together, face to face, and work to to get our businesses, and economy, back on track. If you’re serious about widening the opportunities available to your business, then JTrade is the place to be this November. I promise you it will be an unforgettable event.”
Are you ready to get your business back on its feet? Find new markets for your products and services? Then if you haven’t already, now is the time to book your stand for JTrade 2021. Don’t delay, spaces are selling out fast.
Visit Jtrade.co.uk to book your place.