Harrow’s most popular business event, ‘Harrow Means Business’, will return on September 15th for the first time since 2019.
The event, which has been cancelled for the past three years due to the pandemic, is being held at Victoria Hall in Sheepcote Road, Harrow between 9am and 5pm and will feature local exhibitors, educational seminars, 1-1 advice and lots of networking opportunities.
Organisers say that Harrow Means Business will be a day of “inspiration, information and innovation” and business owners across Harrow are invited to attend.
The event, which is free to attend, is being run by Harrow Council and Your Business Community (YBC).
YBC founder, Ted Wigzell, said ‘This is the 10th time we’ve run this expo with Harrow Council and we are pleased that we are doing so again after an enforced absence. Residents of the borough are clearly very entrepreneurial and this event provides the perfect platform for them to meet their next client, supplier or partner.’
Tickets to attend can be booked at https://yourbusinesscommunity.co.uk/events/harrow-means-business and, to express an interest in exhibiting please email firstname.lastname@example.org