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Jewish firms to build links with customers and each other

A construction and property trade show will return to ExCel London on 21-22 November this year.

Last year JTrade, the UK’s only Jewish sales event, attracted thousands of visitors and exhibitors from all across the industry, even as many were reeling from the economic effects of the pandemic.

But JTrade was a much-needed catalyst for stimulating a new era of collaboration, networking, and opportunity.

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So the organisers are using the same formula this year, with two days stuffed of chances to boost trade, show off latest products and services, and strengthen links with partners and customers from across the Jewish community.

Founder and chief executive Ari Feferkorn said: “JTrade is an event where you can view the latest industry tech, connect with old and new contacts, find employment opportunities, and even get face time with influential and senior figures. We’ve had corporate leaders and politicians here in the past, and there’s always a real buzz in the air. This is a place where ideas and opportunities are forged, and everyone is eager to embrace new people and plans.

“Last year was about demonstrating resilience and re-discovering good old face to face networking after all the social distancing. This year is about building further, with more visitors, more exhibits, and enough time to mix business with relaxation over coffee. I can’t wait to welcome our exhibitors and attendees, and see what opportunities, collaborations and connections come from this two day event.”

JTrade launched in 2018, and the 2020 pandemic break aside, has grown every year since.

Registration: www.jtrade.co.uk

Guidance on venue, travel and parking, visitors can visit the ExCel website at www.excel.london



Source: Jewish News

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