H&F Means Business event proves a real hit with local businesses

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H&F Council aims to provide the support and advice needed to help businesses grow and thrive in the borough

More than 300 people attended the latest H&F Means Business event in March at Hammersmith Town Hall in King Street.

The free event organised by H&F Council helped hundreds of local traders take their business to the next level with expert one-on-one advice, networking opportunities, seminars and support from local suppliers.

H&F Council aims to provide the support and advice needed to help businesses grow and thrive in the borough as it strives to be the best place to do business in Europe.

“I had a fantastic day at the H&F Means Business event,” said Aisha Ejaz, founder of business consultancy Zenith Street. “I met some very interesting entrepreneurs all with the vision and hunger to grow. With a bit more belief in themselves, I’ve no doubt they will.”

Aisha delivered a seminar on planning for success as well as a business development advice clinic throughout the day.

There were more than 40 exhibitors on hand to help, guide, advise and support local businesses in attendance.

Supporting businesses

On the day, business owners also enjoyed the speed networking sessions where they had the chance to meet potential new clients, suppliers and partners. 

While the inspirational talks proved popular as the seminar topics covered how the new data protection rules (GDPR) could affect your business, start-up advice and winning work from the council.

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