Local authority to offer advice to businesses at Royal Norfolk Show

The Royal Norfolk Show 2017. Picture: Ian Burt

The Royal Norfolk Show 2017. Picture: Ian Burt

Businesses attending the Royal Norfolk Show are being invited to find our more about support from local authorities.

Staff from Norfolk County Council and partners will be on hand at the innovation and enterprise stand on Wednesday and Thursday to explain what support is available to help businesses grow, innovate and improve their productivity.

Keith Kiddie, chair of Norfolk County Council’s business and property committee, said: “The advice isn’t just for existing businesses – if you have an idea for a business there is advice on offer to help you to make that idea a reality.”

The county council is also hosting a business brunch at the stand on Wednesday morning to highlight how the council and its partners are supporting the growth of the Norfolk economy. There will be presentations from council leader Andrew Proctor as well as the New Anglia LEP and Norfolk Chamber of Commerce.

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