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biz4Biz provides a coherent voice for businesses in Hertfordshire. We aim to influence and shape policymaking and encourage investment in Hertfordshire by engaging with local and central government, relevant public sector bodies and local organisations to promote the county of Hertfordshire as a great place to live and do business.

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biz4Biz Connexions is a new, exciting networking club for senior managers, directors and CEOs of Herts-based businesses.

 

Could your business benefit from a grant to help fund growth?

Thursday, 21 February 2019 at Needham House Hotel

Have you ever wondered about the availability of a grant to help pay for expert advice to support your business growth (or that of your clients)? Do you think the application process would be lengthy, complicated or involve lots of form-filling?

Come along to this ConneXions meeting and let Amanda Freeland of the Manufacturing Growth Programme grant scheme explain how simple and fast it can be to get free, local help in obtaining a grant towards your own or your clients’ costs.

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The biz4Biz awards 2019 programme is now OPEN and ready to receive your nominations and votes until 15 February, 2019!

The biz4Biz Awards returns for its third year in 2019 culminating in a glittering awards ceremony at Tewin Bury Farm on Friday 17 May, 2019. The event will be hosted by newscaster and TV presenter Fiona Bruce.

The biz4Biz Awards are impartial, independent awards that can be won by anyone involved in business in Hertfordshire. The aim of The biz4Biz Awards is to seek out examples of being the best at what we do.

Online nomination and voting is open until 15th February 2019. Nominees will then be invited to attend a judging day at a Hertfordshire hotel during March 2019.

All nominees will have the opportunity to publicise on The biz4Biz Awards website with award winners having full on-going publicity following the awards ceremony.

Sponsored by Barclays

 

biz4Biz Awards

Insight magazine — issue 16

biz4Biz Insight is packed with thought-provoking articles, news and comment. We have a wide variety of interesting columnists and guest writers giving their views on a range of topics and issues that affect the SME business community.

The latest edition is packed full of topical articles which are shaping the commercial landscape across Hertfordshire and beyond and which aim to address the issues that are pertinent to all businesses, whether large or small.

Find out why actor Ray Winstone supports the Essex and Herts Ambulance; Find out how to prepare your business for Brexit with Rina Sond of Longmores; Cariad Marketing share their five most effective online lead generation strategies; Inheritance tax planning with Moore Stephens; Are your processes and practices propelling you towards success with George Hay Chartered Accountants; The importance of Wellness and engagement at work with Richmond House Corporate Services; Fiona Bruce announced as the host for the 2019 biz4Biz Awards; and much more.

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Brexit: 30 truths about leaving the EU on WTO terms

On Monday 7th January, Global Britain & Labour Leave are publishing “30 Truths About Leaving On WTO Terms”. The report rebuts – with documented evidence – Project Fear’s scare stories and argues that the best Brexit endpoint would be the Canada style free trade deal offered by Donald Tusk, covering the whole UK. To achieve that, the publication says we need to embrace leaving the EU on WTO terms which provide a “safe haven”.

Brexit: 30 truths about leaving the EU on WTO terms >>

Rising commercial property prices

Following the collapse of the financial services sector in 2007, office blocks across the land became empty as businesses closed. Simultaneously the demand for homes became a major agenda item for the Conservative Party. Changes to Permitted Development Rights (PDR) were considered necessary to deal with unused office space and assist with providing residential opportunities instead.

Rising commercial property prices >>

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