Does the Ribble Valley really mean business? You decide


Come down and see us at the Ribble Valley Means Business event at Mytton Fold Hotel & Golf Club on the edge of the beautiful Ribble Valley on Whalley Old Road in Langho, Tuesday 27th September 2016, 10:30am-4pm.

With over 40 business stands, FREE workshops, new contacts and networking opportunities.

Ribble FM will be conducting interviews to broadcast on their business programmes after the event and much, much more….

This is the Ribble Valleys annual business Expo showcasing local business and organisations, supporting each other and making new contacts. The event also allows businesses and other organisations of all shapes and sizes, and those thinking about setting up a business or other organisation, to make the vital local contacts they need.

Want to win a free printer? There will be a business card prize draw for all who attend and come and see us on the day.

With additional prize draws from the event organisers and lots of other prize draws on the day from other stall holders.

•FREE entry for visitors
•Over 40 exhibitors
•Seminars with local experts
•Coffee & snacks available
•Open from 10:30am-4pm
•Meet new local suppliers, customers and collaborators

Free workshops are running throughout the day and include…

11am – Photography & Video in Business. A great workshop where you will learn why good photography sells more products and services and why you need video to promote your business in todays market.

12pm – Thinking of Starting your own Business. Business Enterprise Trust has been helping people start their own business and support SMEs for over 33 years. Come and find out what current support they can offer to you if you are thinking of setting up on your own or if you have set up within the last 3 years.

2pm – Communicating confidently to grow your business. Whether you network face-to-face or through social media, establishing your credibility is vital to move the conversation beyond social chat and into business growth. During this session, you’ll discover why it matters that we speak up about what we do, and how to use written and spoken media to get the message across.

Leave a Reply