Businesses urged to go to the Market

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BUSINESS exhibition and networking event Yorkshire Business Market is to return for its eighth year.

Organised by Harrogate Chamber of Trade and Commerce, the event, on Monday, April 30, at Pavilions of Harrogate on the Great Yorkshire Showground, promises to offer “a low cost business-to-business promotion opportunity for any Yorkshire businesses seeking Yorkshire customers”.

Over two-thirds of the space has already been booked. Last year a total of 152 exhibitors filled the available space. Small stands cost £296, medium stands £396 and large stands £496, including free furniture plus free refreshments all day.

Entry is free for all business owners and managers but pre-registration is recommended to save delay at check-in.

The MP for Harrogate and Knaresborough Andrew Jones will speak and formally open the eighth Yorkshire Business Market, which will feature displays of products and services available to help local businesses, seminars and an ‘Ask the Experts’ Clinic. Coun Les Ellington, mayor of Harrogate, will welcome all exhibitors and visitors at 11am. Children under 16 years of age are not admitted.

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