BUYERS OPEN THEIR DOORS TO LOCAL BUSINESSES

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The first ever Meet the Buyer event will take place on 17th November at Alconbury Weald Enterprise Campus near Huntingdon. Businesses can book one-to-one meetings with major buyers from a range of business sectors who are looking for new suppliers.

To date Peterborough City Council, Urban&Civic, the USAF, Skanska, ESPO, Anglian Water, and South Cambridgeshire District Council have all signed up as buyers and will be sending key decision makers along to the event.

Binal Cadieu, Project Manager at CPCA Growth Hub, explains: “Our Meet the Buyer event gives local businesses the chance to have pre-arranged sales appointments with people who have buying power and are in the market for new suppliers. It is a fantastic opportunity to make new contacts and have multiple sales meetings all in one day in one location. Appointments must be booked in advance though, so I would encourage businesses to secure their space as soon as possible to ensure they don’t miss out on this great opportunity.”

You can find out more about both events by visiting: https://cpcagrowthhub.co.uk/events/meet-the-buyer/

The Meet the Buyer event is run by CPCA Growth Hub, the LEP’s free signposting service that connects businesses with the help, support and funding they need to grow. The event is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund. The event is also being supported by the Federation of Small Business.

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