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Suffolk Coast Business Event - Main Sponsors
Ensors are proud to announce that, for the second year running, they are the headline sponsors for the Suffolk Coast Business Event taking place on Wednesday 23 March at Ufford Park. The event aims to build on the success of 2015 by continuing the theme of ‘Routes to Market’ and Ensors partner, Fiona Hotston Moore, will once again be hosting a masterclass this year entitled ‘Winning new business from start to finish.
Minnie Moll, Executive Officer of Marketing and Media at East of England Co-op, will welcome guests and provide the keynote talk. This will be followed by a tour of the market place that will be focused upon helping businesses progress. With plenty of networking opportunities available and a two course lunch provided this promises to be a popular event and early booking is advisable.
Carl Page, partner of Ensors based in Saxmundham, said ‘It’s great to be back at the Suffolk Coast Business Event this year and we are very happy to be headline sponsors supporting Suffolk Coast Business in their work.”
Suffolk Coast Business is committed to economic growth through co-operation between companies in Suffolk Coastal. They support business associations with representation, advice and routes to funding whilst offering individual members regular networking opportunities and low cost skills workshops.
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