Still time to register for free place at Hertfordshire B2B Exhibition at the Novotel in Stevenage

The Hertfordshire B2B Exhibition comes to the Novotel in Stevenage on June 7.

The Hertfordshire B2B Exhibition comes to the Novotel in Stevenage on June 7. - Credit: Archant

Businesses are lining up to take part in this year’s Hertfordshire B2B Exhibition which takes place in Stevenage next week.

A seminar entitled six steps to building a better business will be delivered by Hitchin-based Action

A seminar entitled six steps to building a better business will be delivered by Hitchin-based ActionCOACH Steve Saunders. - Credit: Archant

There are more than 40 exhibitors for the event, which is free to attend and offers firms the opportunity to showcase their products and services to other like-minded folk.

Speaking at the expo will be Gary Cretton, who has 18 years experience as a financial adviser and works at St Albans-based KDW.

There will also be a seminar entitled ‘six steps to building a better business’ by Hitchin-based ActionCOACH Steve Saunders.

And cyber security will be in the spotlight when IT expert Tony Richardson from North Herts firm Octree, speaks on ‘the latest cyber threats, and how to protect your business’.

IT expert Tony Richardson from North Herts firm Octree will speak on ‘the latest cyber threats, and

IT expert Tony Richardson from North Herts firm Octree will speak on ‘the latest cyber threats, and how to protect your business’. - Credit: Archant


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Mr Richardson works with firms within the professional services sectors including financial, accounting, legal, medical, creative and architectural.

Some of the other names exhibiting this year are NatWest, KPMG, Falkland Press, Exemplas and DB Sharp and Sons.

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The exhibition will take place on Wednesday next week at the Novotel, just off the A1(M) Junction 7 roundabout, from 10am to 4pm.

Search ‘Hertfordshire B2B Exhibition 2017’ at www.eventbrite.co.uk to register for your free place now.

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