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Norfolk Enterprise Festival presents a day packed with events for businesses and families

Entrepreneurs and business people from across the county are invited to attend a day packed with activities at this year's Norfolk Enterprise Festival.

More than 50 guest speakers have been lined up along with workshops and experiences set to appeal to all the family for the event at Hoveton Hall Gardens on Saturday, July 13.

The programme will feature some of Norfolk's key innovations in farming, agri-tech and green energy with contributions from established entrepreneurial businesses.

Visitors attending last year's Norfolk Enterprise Festival (13294891)
Visitors attending last year's Norfolk Enterprise Festival (13294891)

There will be free access to one-to-one business advice via New Anglia Growth Hub covering topics such as acquiring grants, start-up support and international trade. Bookings for this can be made upon ticket purchase.

In addition there will be the chance to take part in interactive workshops, listen to panels of experts, visit arts and entertainment stands and take part in creative activities designed for all ages. A makers' fair will showcase the work of local craftspeople and there will also be stalls featuring food and drink by local producers.

Children will be able to take part in a range of activities including rocket workshops, a creation station, block bus, family yoga sessions, nature trails and STEM events.

A presentation will be given on a new vision for SMEs in Norfolk, giving entrepreneurs the opportunity to make their views known to key decision makers in the SME sector.

The festival is also launching its own app which can be downloaded when buying a ticket and by searching for Norfolk Enterprise Festival in an app store.

To book tickets for the festival, visit www.norfolkenterprisefestival.co.uk Tickets cost £15 for adults and £7.50 for people aged 18-25. It is free for under-18s and a group saver is available costing £100 for ten adults.

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