Hunts Business Fair date set for April
THE fifth Huntingdonshire business fair will be held at Wood Green Animal Shelters on April 22. The event will be sponsored by The Danwood Group, Europe s largest independent supplier of office printing equipment, and is expected to attract hundreds of me
THE fifth Huntingdonshire business fair will be held at Wood Green Animal Shelters on April 22.
The event will be sponsored by The Danwood Group, Europe's largest independent supplier of office printing equipment, and is expected to attract hundreds of members of the business community and the public. Last year's event drew 120 exhibitors and over 350 visitors.
The fair is organised jointly by Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce, the Huntingdonshire branch of the Federation of Small Businesses and Business Link for the East of England.
John Bridge OBE, chief executive of Huntingdonshire Chamber of Commerce, said: "There has never been a better time for businesses to invest some time in getting out of the office and meeting other local companies, whether it be with a view to picking up new business ideas, sourcing cheaper suppliers and even generating new sales leads for themselves."
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INFORMATION: Entry to the exhibition between 10am and 5pm on Thursday April 22 is free. Exhibition stands start from �50 plus VAT for Chamber members and can be booked by contacting Maria Briggs on 01223 209817, emailing email@example.com, or contacting Nicola Rule of the FSB on 01480 457115.
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