Hibbert Business Development Ltd

24th April 2013

Manufacturing and Specification We are dedicated to supporting companies expand into new markets in the UK and across Europe.

Our experience working with architects and town planners provides us with the knowledge of key projects which include: Marina developments Hotel developments new build and refurbishments Play area developments public parks, schools, hotels, beaches and residential (meeting BSEN 1176 standard); and International sports stadiums. We offer expert advice in international market research and are pro-active in meeting the needs of our customers entering a new market area and increasing their market share. To enable us to achieve this, we would gain a firm understanding of their business and requirements to enable professional representation. If you are interested in any of the above, please contact our team at: Telephone: +44 (0)114 209 6207 Email: info@hibbertbd.com

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