News: BHMB18 Timetable for the Day

Posted on 5th April 2018

The Burgess Hill Means Business Exhibition is now one week away and preparations are complete. The timetable for the day’s event, including official opening at 11am, visits from local schools, presentations from great speakers and first aid demonstrations as well should tell you all you need to know.   It promises to be an interesting and successful day, and I hope that you are planning to make the most of it, whether you are exhibiting or coming to engage as a business person with 70 other businesses.

The take up of stands has been phenomenal; we are full with one or two on the waiting list too. You can see the full list of companies exhibiting here.

Refreshments will be provided by The King’s Centre cafe, and there will be other food items available during the day as well, no doubt.

Exhibitors have been asked not to bring cars on the day, so there should be parking places available for visitors. Exhibitors will know that they must set up on the previous day as we try to avoid the parking difficulties we had some years ago.

In the coming weeks we shall ask  you to sign up for various events on the day. It promises to be a very good day for local business.

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