Chamber Means Business is an annual exhibition which has been designed to give local businesses the opportunity to promote themselves and their products and services.

The exhibition is free to attend and gives businesses the opportunity to talk to other businesses, build relationships and trade services and support.

In 2012, the Chamber hosted its first Chamber Means Business Exhibition, one in Barnsley and one in Rotherham. Following the success of the events the two were merged to create an even bigger exhibition for the region. The event brings together hundreds of people to network, share ideas and do business together.

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Why attend?

  • The exhibition is open to all businesses, regardless of location.
  • Whether you’re looking for products, contacts or networking, exhibitions are a productive way to build relationships and leverage the best contacts.
  • There will be over 50 businesses exhibiting, along with delegates on the day, allowing you to meet and build relationships face-to-face.
  • Keep up to date with trends and innovation, talk to exhibitors and attend seminars to learn about the newest products to enter markets or latest updates to industry and the community.
  • There will likely more than likely be a goldmine of freebies, our exhibitors are generous, and if you are interested in their service they may very well let you take a sample, pen, stress ball or more!

For further information, exhibitors and registration please visit the Chamber Means Business Website:

Visit the Chamber Means Business Website


9:45am – 10:15am – Mayor Dan Jarvis MBE MP

Reflection on the first 100 day’s in post as mayor.

1pm – 2pm – Investing in our future

Future plans for developing our region’s economy

David Shepherd – Service Director for Regeneration & Property, Barnsley Council
Paul Woodcock – Assistant Director – Planning, Regeneration and Transport, Rotherham Council
Ken Smart – Project Director, McLaren Composites Technology Centre
Julie Kenny CBE DL – Chair, Wentworth Woodhouse Preservation Trust

Register to attend for free >