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Practical help and support for practical businesses at Cornwall Business Show

By This is Cornwall  |  Posted: September 18, 2012

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Organisers of the Cornwall Business Show, taking place on 3 - 4 October at Kingsley Village, Fraddon are urging business owners in blue collar trades such as building, plumbing, electrical repair and installation to come along to get help and support on any aspect involved in running a business, from admin tasks to identifying and exploiting new business opportunities.

More than 50 exhibitors will be taking part in the two day free entry exhibition and they will be showcasing a range of business services from accountancy to graphic design, website development to electric vehicles and stationery to legal advice.

During the two days there are eight free to attend seminars and an evening networking event on the first day of the show. The seminars will give hints and tips to business owners and managers in subjects that are important to help them work more efficiently, innovate and grow.

Co-director of the Cornwall Business Show, Andrew Weaver says, “I want to welcome business owners and managers who work in boiler suits alongside those who wear pinstripes, the blue collar sector is absolutely vital for the local and regional economy. The show can provide a one-stop shop to get more effective administration and support for any business, from book-keeping and accountancy, advertising and website development to legal advice and business registration.”

The first show of this kind in the county, the Cornwall Business Show is designed to be fully inclusive and to offer something for everyone who is in business. The two day event is sponsored by Cornwall Innovation and supported by Pirate FM and West Briton.

Full details about the event can be found at www.cornwallbusinessshow.co.uk. You can also sign up to attend the seminars and networking event from the website.

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