Business support and advice
Helping you get new customers
Read about how we can help you get new customers, including how to win contracts, local events and promotions, our annual Brilliant Business Awards and west London's supply chain support programme.
Support from the H&F Business Desk
Do you need to cut through council red tape? Find out about local business networks? Get advice on setting up in the borough? Call us on 020 8753 5585 or email us on email@example.com. We'll help you directly, or point you to someone who can.
H&F Brilliant Business Awards
Are you a local business who wants to boost recognition of your great work? Or do you have a favourite business in Fulham, Hammersmith or Shepherds Bush you want to tell people about? Now’s your chance. Hammersmith & Fulham Council’s annual Brilliant Business Awards are again shining a light on the borough’s best businesses.
Looking for space?
For help with finding the right premises, meeting rooms or exhibition space to give your business room to grow, visit our looking for business space page. We have some of west London's best venues for hire and there's a wealth of advice on organising events and exhibitions.
Information and advice
For facts, figures and where to get support for your business, visit our information and advice page.
Help starting a new business
How the council can provide help starting a new business including information about the H&F Enterprise Club. How we helped a small business incubator get on its feet. Top tips from local start-ups.
All the latest news, information and advice for businesses in H&F. Check out the latest issue and sign up for future releases.
The Business helpdesk is your first port of call, and from there we can direct you to free and paid-for services available within the council or from external partners.
Thinking of moving?
Hammersmith & Fulham is great for business - and we've got the evidence to prove it. Here's why you should think about moving to H&F.
Setting up a social enterprise
For advice on starting a social enterprise that helps people or communities, including legal structures such as community interest companies and co-operatives, visit the GOV.UK setting up a social enterprise page.
We publish a business directory to help people looking for local suppliers or contacts. It's available online or as a CD-ROM.