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Designed for businesses with a desire to grow, the CPCA Growth Hub Sales and Marketing Workshop will guide people through the key elements of business growth, coupled with practical tips on how to develop a successful marketing strategy.

The workshop will be led by Sales and Marketing expert, Nigel Temple, who will guide businesses through the key opportunities and provide you with a snapshot of the latest thinking in the field of sales and marketing.

The workshop will take place on the 11th June at West Suffolk College in Bury St Edmunds starting at 5pm and concluding at 7pm.

The CPCA Growth Hub workshops have been organised by Knights Lowe, Develop Anglia and the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough LEP with support from St Edmundsbury District Council.

It costs just £30 to attend, and you can book your place on the workshop, click here.

To find out more about the CPCA Growth Hub Business Development Programme and the upcoming Finance and Business Management Workshop, visit: https://www.gcgp.co.uk/biz-dev-seminars/.

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