News: Drop In Sessions

Posted on 21st January 2016

From Gordon Reay   MSDC

WSCC Business Information team are holding a drop in day for local businesses at H.Heath library on 9th February. It would be good to see a healthy turnout to encourage WSCC to do more of these sessions.

Tuesday 9th February 2016 at Haywards Heath Library

Staff from West Sussex Libraries’ Business Information Service will be at Haywards Heath Library, 34 Boltro Road RH16 1BN between 10am and 4pm on Tuesday 9th February to demonstrate some of the services that West Sussex County Council are able to offer to the business community. Whether you are thinking of starting a business or are looking to expand a current business they will be there to supply the information to help you along your way.

What’s On in Libraries

www.westsussex.gov.uk/bis

Gordon Reay

Business Liaison Officer – Mid Sussex District Council   Tel : 01444 477068

 

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