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Firms flock to hear how to win business in the recession

PUBLISHED: 09:00 23 July 2009 | UPDATED: 14:36 05 October 2010

AN EVENING on how to win business’ in the face of the recession attracted 50 small businesses from all over East London. The networking event at Canary Wharf was part of the Archant London Business awards in the Thames Gateway area

AN EVENING on how to win business’ in the face of the recession attracted 50 small businesses from all over East London.

The networking event at Canary Wharf was part of the Archant London Business awards in the Thames Gateway area.

Glenn Addis from East London Business Place spoke about how they have helped secure business for companies over the last five years with their list of contacts.

Claire Evans from Archant London, publishers of the East London Advertiser, introduced the awards with a prize fund of £100,000 put up this year in the 15 categories.

Thames Gateway’s own Business Awards are still open until August 28, with applications online.


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