Grants To Grow Food & Drink Businesses

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Published at 8:04am 13th January 2017.

Dorset Food & Drink, the county’s networking and membership organisation for food producers and retailers is delighted to bring together a mix of partners who can help businesses start or develop their plans.

Food and drink producers in Dorset are being invited to a special conference on Monday (16th January) to help boost their businesses in 2017.

Dorset Food and Drink are running a networking event at Kingston Maurward College.

Katharine Wright of Dorset Food & Drink said: "The New Year is often time when we think of a fresh start and 2017 could be an inspiring time for our wonderful food and drink businesses.  There are grants and other support available to support business growth, to help create new jobs or improve marketing and business skills.  All food and drink businesses are invited to join us at Kingston Maurward College on Monday 16 January to meet representatives from grants programmes, and business support."

All food and drink retailers are welcome to join Dorset Food & Drink at Kingston Maurward on Monday 16th January, where there will be talks from key speakers including Simone Hoare, MP with an opportunity to receive advice from the grant providers and business advisers.

The event starts at 5.00pm with booking essential as numbers are limited.  To book contact 01305 224785 or go to https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/new-year-change-up-a-gear-tickets-29815966358

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