Pop Up Business Café comes to town

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Join us on 13 July in Waltham Abbey for a Pop Up Business Café for the Epping Forest district businesses.

Are you interested in free, 1 to 1, sound business advice from local professionals? Then join us at the district’s first ever Pop Up Business Café at the newly-refurbished Epping Forest District Museum in Waltham Abbey on Wednesday 13 July 2016, between 10am to 1pm.

Pop-up business cafe leaflet

Epping Forest District Council has teamed up with BEST Growth Hub to host this exciting new format event. It is a great opportunity for any local business, whether you are just starting-up, already established or looking to grow, to come along and gain the business advice you need in a relaxed and informal setting.

Local business professionals will be on hand throughout the morning, to offer free advice and answer any questions you have relating to

  • accounting
  • law
  • tax
  • HR queries
  • marketing tips

What’s more, you can, of course, also enjoy tea and cake whilst meeting fellow local businesses with the fantastic newly renovated museum as your backdrop.

Book your free place

Book your free place at the Pop Up Café by visiting https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pop-up-business-cafe-tickets-25811659368. Please note places are limited.

New format event

Epping Forest District Council’s Economic Development Portfolio Holder Councillor Anne Grigg said: “We are very excited to be partnering with BEST Growth Hub to test this new format event here in Epping Forest district.”

“This is a wonderful chance for those in business or looking to set-up to speak directly and informally with other members of the local business community that are experts in their respective fields to gain free advice.”

“We have had great support from local businesses wishing to provide advice and we look forward to welcoming businesses and those looking to start-up on 13 July. I would urge people to come along, enjoy the café atmosphere and gain the information they need to move forward any specific aspect of their business they are looking to address and to make further business connections locally.”