I’ve written several times about Balham on this blog, largely the negative news surrounding the closures of Woolworths and Marks and Spencers. This time I get to be a little more positive and flag up the council’s ‘Beat the Credit Crunch’ seminar taking place tomorrow (Wednesday 18th March).
The seminar is one in a series of events the council is hosting to help businesses cope in the recession. The session is led by BIG, a business development company and will run from 12 noon for an hour at the Balham Bowls Club in Ramsden Road. The event will cover topics like driving sales, forming strategic partnerships and networking.
The council is doing all it can to help small businesses through difficult times, for example by encouraging claims small business rate relief nearly 2,000 business in the area have benefited by over £1,100,000. You can find out more on the council’s business support webpage and find out more about what the council is doing generally on the fighting the recession webpage.
Unfortunately I cannot make the Balham event as I have a prior engagement (which will almost definitely feature on the blog) but if you want to attend then get in touch with the Balham Town Centre Manager, Kim Bellringer, on 020 8767 4082 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please RSVP to Kim Bellringer, Balham Town Centre Manager: 020 8767 4082 or email@example.com