ENTREPRENEURS and established company bosses will be able to network with like-minded professionals and garner advice from industry experts.
Exhibitors include the Federation of Small Businesses, Natwest, Companies House, BT, Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ministry of Growth, and Stanmore Business and Innovation Centre.
Councillor Keith Ferry (Labour), Harrow Council’s portfolio holder for business, planning and regeneration, said: “Harrow Means Business has become a popular event for the business calendar, with hundreds benefitting from previous years.
"It offers expert help and advice to everyone from start ups to established businesses.
"We are committed to helping support local businesses and put them in direct contact with others who can help their business grow and thrive.
"In its third year running, the event will host a range of seminars, one to one sessions, talks and networking opportunities.
"Whether you want to listen to a guest speaking, take part in a business seminar or meet new contacts through networking, there will be something for everyone.”
There will be a networking breakfast and lunch, and seminars on starting a business, and finance.
Visitors can take the opportunity to get one to one advice and support including accountancy, business law, and web design.
n See www.harrowmeansbusiness.co.uk for more details.