We are so excited to be in London and enjoying the opportunity to network with so many amazing and inspiring entrepreneurs.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) January 15, 2013
The latest business growth trends will be discussed at the inaugural Sales and marketing Conference in London this weekend. The event will see 6 guest entrepreneur speakers from South Africa, USA, Spain, Portugal and Italy review topics that range from emerging international markets, driving productivity and industry trends. Red Ten NYC’s CEO travelled to London last week which is his first stop on an International Tour throughout January.
The Event is held every year at the famous Royal Festival Hall and will host close to 3000 delegates. Red Ten NYC will have 3 attendees at the event to support their CEO has he discusses Australia and South-East Asia’s potential for brands looking to extend their market reach in 2013. ‘We are so excited to be in London and enjoying the opportunity to network with so many amazing and inspiring entrepreneurs. We are just here for 5 days so we are trying to learn as much as possible and meet’ says a spokesperson for Red Ten NYC.
The Royal Festival Hall is at the heart of the Southbank Centre complex and a perfect location to host such a grand and international event. It opened in 1951 as part of the Festival of Britain, the Grade I listed Hall is one of the world's leading performance venues. As well as the auditorium, there is The Clore Ballroom, the Saison Poetry Library, Spirit Level, (including Blue, White and Yellow Rooms) Southbank Centre Shop, Riverside Terrace Cafe, Central Bar and Skylon restaurant.
The 2012 conference which was also hosted at the Royal Festival Hall saw guest speaker James Caan, British Entrepreneur and star of Dragon’s Den, tell his inspiring story of entrepreneurship and encouraged attendees to push beyond their limits to achieve success.
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Red Ten NYC’s CEO will continue on to Paris, Johannesnerg, Durban, Capetown and cap off his tour in Sydney where he will be scoping out potential office space for a planned expansion before returning to New York in February.