SSBP enjoy successful Huntingdonshire networking event

Sawtry Small Business Partnership (SSBP) enjoyed another successful day exhibiting at The Huntingdon Business Fair on 23rd April.

The Business Fair, an annual event at Wood Green, is the region’s biggest B2B event, bringing together over 600 business people to to promote their products and services, meet new suppliers and generally benefit from a great deal of networking.

SSBP at Huntingdonshire Business Fair 2015
Pictured from left to right is Steph Taylor of Forever Living Products, SSBP Chairman Ralph Maloney, Bill Hensley (Mayor of Huntingdon) and Krystyna Wojcik of Catalyst Design & Video Services.

All SSBP Members attending on the day agreed that the Business Fair is well worth exhibiting at and that the day had gone very well, with all Members making a good number of new business contacts. Manning the SSBP Stand at the Fair were SSBP Chairman Ralph Maloney of Xceptional Marketing, Jane Maloney of JM Interiors, Steph Taylor of Forever Living Products, Karen of Pink Ink, Mark George of it’seeze Peterborough, Brian Williamson of Inheritance Protect, Paul Crank of Catalyst Design & Video Services and Krystyna Wojcik of Catalyst Design & Video Services.

Sawtry Small Business Partnership

The SSBP meet once a month to encourage and promote networking between local trades and businesses who work out of or live within the area encompassing Sawtry and surrounding villages.

Ralph commented,

The SSBP really value the opportunity to meet and chat with potential new Members. We are a very sociable organisation and interested parties are very welcome to join us for an evening to see what we can offer.

For full details about the SSBP please email Ralph on ralph.maloney@ssbpartnership.org

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