Businesses can raise their profile and reach new customers by taking out a stand at this year’s Herne Bay Business and Projects Showcase. The event, organised by the city council, takes place at the King’s Hall on Wednesday 6 March from 2pm to 7pm. It’s the sixth exhibition of its kind and has attracted more than 500 people in previous years.
Stands are just £50 per business, with discounts available for community and voluntary groups. The event will be an excellent way of making new contacts, networking with other businesses and finding out about current and future council and community projects in the town.
In addition this year there is a focus on employment, with partners such as Kent County Council, Job Centre Plus and the National Apprenticeship Service on hand to give advice and guidance on helping people into work.
Organisations already confirmed as attending are HSBC, Quinn Estates, Herne Bay Town Partners and the council’s Local Economy Team. This year’s event is being sponsored by East Kent College and Vattenfall.
The council’s Executive member for Herne Bay regeneration, Cllr Peter Lee, said:
“The business exhibition has now developed into one of the town’s most important events of the year. It’s an opportunity for everyone to get together and celebrate all that’s going on in Herne Bay, learn about future plans and form those business links that can make all the difference in the years ahead.”
To enquire about stand availability at the exhibition, call Paul Spree on 01227 862532 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
CCC 25 January 2013