‘Bolton Means Business' - free drop-in event

20 Feb 2020 12:45
Published by: Daniel Almond

Local businesses are being urged to come along to a free drop-in event offering expert help.

The ‘Bolton Means Business #2020' event has been organised by Business Bolton, Bolton Council's Business Support team.

Around 20 exhibitors will be on hand offering advice to businesses on topics including apprenticeship grants; free specialist occupation health support for employees; finance; recruitment; growth; procurement opportunities; regulatory matters; training, and skills.

Advisors will be at The Festival Hall, Albert Halls this Tuesday (February 25) from 10am to 1pm.

Delegates need to book prior to attending. Please visit www.businessbolton.org/news to book your place.

The event is sponsored by The Northern, Heathcote & Co's new restaurant in The Albert Halls.

Deputy Leader of Bolton Council, Cllr Martyn Cox, said: "This event will give the Bolton business community the opportunity to have direct access to a range of business support organisations.

"It is also a great opportunity to get professional expert advice, guidance and much more all under one roof."

The event will be launched by Bolton Council's Chief Executive, Tony Oakman, who will give his view on how the business community can link to the Bolton 2030 Vision.

Confirmed exhibitors: Bolton Apprenticeship Working Group; Bolton College; Bolton Community Voluntary Sector; Bolton Council's regulatory services, business rates and marketing & events team; Bolton Digital and Creative Collective; Bolton Library and Museums Services; Business Bolton; GC Business Growth Hub; GM Bridge Project; Federation for Small Businesses; Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce; Job Centre Plus; Maximus Early Help; MIDAS Robertson's; The Northern; The Workshop; Transport for Greater Manchester, and University of Bolton.


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