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The two-week countdown is on until LBF 2023

Hundreds of tickets have already been booked for LBF 2023. The annual festival will take place from 6-17 November. Leaders and specialists from top law, health, finance, marketing and tourism firms will host specialist events dedicated to doing better business in the region.

The line-up of nearly 80 events is diverse and includes topics relating to health, work-life balance, start-ups, sustainability, equality and improving productivity. Everyone can attend the festival with most events free of charge.

Rik Pancholi, Managing Director of Pattersons Commercial Law and LBF partner, said: “Over the past few years Leicester businesses have proved more than ever that they have resilience, skills, innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit to tackle challenges and adapt to changes.

“The festival is a great moment in time for us as a business collective and it is great to see so many people at different points in their careers get together to support and empower each other.

“Each year we host our pool and property event because we want to demonstrate we can have a lot of fun whilst discussing some serious and complicated challenges. The event helps us to connect with familiar faces and introduce ourselves to new people. We give diligent professional advice and guidance on property but in a relaxed environment and accessible manner.”

Pattersons Commercial Law, Pool & Property event is taking place at Rileys Sports Bar on Tuesday, November 14 2023, 4pm - 6.15pm. Other not to miss events at the festival include:

Rik concludes: “During the festival fortnight nearly 80 events are taking place and now is the time to get your tickets to the events you are interested in. The festival resonates with Pattersons Commercial Law as a great business opportunity to bring people together to explore their own personal and professional development.”

The majority of events are free to attend but booking your place is vital via the official website at

LBF 2023 is proud to be supported by De Montfort University (partner), Pattersons Commercial Law (partner), University of Leicester, Everards of Leicestershire, The Sir Thomas White Loan Charity, Leicester Hospitals Charity and TheMusicLicence, by PPL PRS Ltd (music partner).


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