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6th August 2014

Following on from last year’s success and Mid Sussex District Council’s continuing commitment to promote businesses in the area, Open 4 Business is back!

This year’s Open 4 Business 2014 is taking place on: 

Tuesday 21st October 2014

14:00 – 18:30

The King’s Centre, 33-35 Victoria Road, Burgess Hill, RH15 9LR

Location of The King's Centre.


 Applications for promotional stands are open from now until Friday 12th September

If your company would like to exhibit at this promotional event and host one of the 70 trade stands available for £60 including VAT please register your interest by Friday 12th September by completing the electronic form at: www.midsussex.gov.uk/open4business.


Please note that you will be contacted at a later date with confirmation and further details about your booking, completion of this form does not guarantee a stand.


About Open 4 Business 2014

Open 4 Business 2014 will have a specific focus on giving information about business grants, funding and business support, including brief presentations on these topics. Details and speakers will be confirmed nearer the date.


The event will aim to support the wide variety of businesses in, or offering services to, the Mid Sussex area.

The relaxed and informal networking atmosphere will provide the opportunity to:

  • promote your business and increase sales leads
  • gain business guidance and knowledge first hand
  • share business experiences and contacts


The event is hosted by Mid Sussex District Council, sponsored by the Federation of Small Businesses, and supported by Burgess Hill Business Parks Association, East Grinstead Business Association, and Haywards Heath and District Business Association.


If you don’t wish to have a stand at the event, but would like to attend the event for free, then please register to attend at: www.midsussex.gov.uk/open4business


For information about the 2013 Open4Business event see this page.

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