Herefordshire’s one-stop-shop for business support is throwing its weight behind one of the region’s biggest expos next month.
The Marches Growth Hub Herefordshire is set to be a silver stand holder at the Hereford Means Business Expo which will be held at the Three Counties Hotel on May 9.
One of its key partners, The Business Solutions Centre, is also a silver stand holder of the annual event which attracts businesses from across the county for a day of networking, workshops and support.
Headline speakers at the expo include Adam Brooks from the Sales Academy, business coach and trainer Ian J Preston and Chris Tipping from the DM Lab.
Experts from Google’s Digital Garage will also be sharing advice and information on how businesses can become more visible on Google – the world’s number one online search engine.
Representatives from the Growth Hub, which offers a single point of access to information and guidance on business grants, loans, support and advice to a range of enterprises, will be on hand throughout the event to talk to business owners.
Lyndsay Francis, Economic Development Officer at the Growth Hub, said: "The Hereford Means Business Expo is a key event in the region’s business calendar and it presents a magnificent opportunity for people to network, pick up advice and learn from others.
"We are delighted to be a silver stand holder at the event and look forward to meeting a range of new and existing businesses from the area."
The event starts at 10am with networking, followed by speaker Adam Brooks, who will talk about achieving business growth through successful selling. Google’s Digital Garage professionals will run an hour-long hands on workshop on Google Maps at 11.30am.
After lunch Ian J Preston will talk about the benefits of LinkedIn to businesses and Chris Tipping will talk about micro moments, search intent and the changing landscape of Google.
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