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Networking opportunity for businesses at Redbridge College

08:00 04 January 2013

Redbridge businesses can kick-start their new year by attending a networking event at Redbridge College on Tuesday.

The college in Barley Lane, Little Heath, has organised the event which will bring together representatives from the Federation of Small Businesses, the Essex Business Network and 4Networking.

Businesspeople can discuss trends and find out how to inspire students in their industries.

There will also be two workshops on customer relationship management and using websites and search engine Google to generate business leads.

Rob Keating, of Romford business Lead Generating Websites, said: “I’ll be talking about how businesses can get their web presence relevant to key words.”

Register your interest by contacting Mitus Castillo 020 8548 7434 or email mcastillo@redbridge-college.ac.uk.

The event runs from 6pm to 8pm.

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