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Havering businesses invited to free 2013 Business Expo at Myplace, Harold Hill

11:45 20 February 2013

The meeting will take place at the Myplace centre

The meeting will take place at the Myplace centre

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People who do business in Havering can find customers, suppliers and partners at an exhibition next month.

Companies already confirmed for council-organised Havering Business Expo 2013 include Kingston Smith LLP, Energycentric, Pinney Talfourd LLP, Go30 and The Queen’s Theatre.

Entry to the expo, which is at the Myplace centre in Dagnam Park Drive, Harold Hill, is free. It runs from 8.30am to 3pm on Friday, March 8,

Council leader Cllr Michael White said: “We really want to concentrate this year on making Havering a great place for businesses of all sizes. We are currently working on a programme to help those who want to start their own business as well as providing information and advice for existing businesses in Havering.

“This is a great networking opportunity and I hope that people take up the chance to find out more about doing business in Havering and what is on offer.”

You can get more information by calling 01708 432871 or visiting www.havering.gov.uk.

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