Expo pushes boat out for businesses

Lisa Devayya, left, learning and skills officer for Dacorum Borough Council and Lesley Crisp, manager of the Dacorum Business Centre, with a Dacorum area Monopoly Board
Lisa Devayya, left, learning and skills officer for Dacorum Borough Council and Lesley Crisp, manager of the Dacorum Business Centre, with a Dacorum area Monopoly Board
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Business owners flocked to a Hemel Hempstead hotel for a showcase of local companies.

The Best Business Expo (BBE) yesterday (Tuesday) saw about 200 people visit the 35 exhibitor stands at Shendish Manor Hotel, Apsley.

Nikki Moss, sales manager for Shendish Manor Hotel and Golf Course with some specially named Shendish golf balls

Nikki Moss, sales manager for Shendish Manor Hotel and Golf Course with some specially named Shendish golf balls

Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce jointly sponsored the event and hosted a pre-exhibition breakfast networking meeting. There were also seminars on the subjects of sales generation and business motivation.

Organiser Peter Donn said: “We were really lucky with the weather. It snowed the day before and I was at home having babies over it!

“We will be asking for feedback but as I was going around it was good.”

Mr Donn said there was a chance that there could be another BBE in Dacorum but it would have to be arranged to avoid clashes with other events.

Expo organiser Peter Donn with Reach Out fundraisers Brook Parsons, left and Sophie Spiegler.

Expo organiser Peter Donn with Reach Out fundraisers Brook Parsons, left and Sophie Spiegler.

Visit www.bestbusinessexpo.co.uk