Boosting Business FREE Seminar - Nottingham

19th August 2012

Boosting Business Event 25th September 2012 @ Nottingham Village Hotel Come and hear how to.

... "Growing Business through strategic planning " Are you.... · A business with up to 50 employees? · Operating within Nottingham, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincoln, Chesterfield, Sheffield or surrounding regions? · Interested in developing skills, techniques and tools that will grow your business? · Wanting to network with around 50 other local like-minded businesses?? The fantastic speakers we have lined up for you are friendly, professional and experts within their field of topic - they will be available during the networking break and afterwards if you lilke to give helpful advice on your own business... Book here for FREE Event details: 25th September 2012 2.00pm - 5.00pm Nottingham Village Hotel, Nottingham Bring along: We want you to enjoy the event as much as possible, so please read the following notes about the event.. 1. Plenty of business cards so that you can network with other local businesses and share cards 2. A couple of quid - The event is FREE to attend - all we request is you bring along £2 on the day which will contribute towards unlimited tea, coffee and refreshments during the afternoon ** LIMITED TO JUST 60 PLACES AVAILABLE ** BOOK NOW BEFORE YOU MISS OUT!!

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