Businesses flock to Wood Green exhibition
HUNDREDS of business people and members of the public are expected at an exhibition of Huntingdonshire businesses today (Thursday). More than 100 companies have stands at the day-long Huntingdonshire Business Exhibition, at Wood Green Animal Shelter, Godm
HUNDREDS of business people and members of the public are expected at an exhibition of Huntingdonshire businesses today (Thursday).
More than 100 companies have stands at the day-long Huntingdonshire Business Exhibition, at Wood Green Animal Shelter, Godmanchester, organised jointly by Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce, the Huntingdonshire branch of the Federation of Small Businesses and the Government-sponsored advisory service Business Link.
Among them is an Alconbury-based company that offers corporate team-building days with the chance to drive supercars such as the Zonda, which will be at the event, opened by Huntingdon's MP, Jonathan Djanogly.
FSB chairman Malcolm Lyons said participants are promoting their businesses with those attending, exchanging details with other companies and service providers, accessing independent business experts to improve their business, and setting out to gain new contacts and new business.
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"For businesses it's an opportunity to meet, mix and do business without damaging their carbon footprint," he told The Hunts Post. "And members of the public are welcome to see a shop window for business in the Huntingdonshire area." Entrance is free.
Organiser Peter Watts said the event was double the size of last year's, and he had still been taking bookings for stands up to the last minute.
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"It's looking very good, and people from well outside the area are interested. There has not been anything of this size before. The signs are looking very positive for small businesses in and around Cambridgeshire, and we have already booked the venue again for next year."
INFORMATION: Hot meals and other refreshments are available until 5pm. For more information contact Peter Watts at 24 Drayhorse Road, Ramsey, PE26 1SD, on 07810 204478 or email@example.com.