Free software advice for businesses at the next Forest Means Business event
Businesses in the Dean can see how free software could help their company at the next Forest Means Business event.
Eric Witheridge, from Mitcheldean-based IT support company Omniis, will be speaking about the availability of free and low cost software at the Forest Means Business Grow Business Breakfast in October.
The Grow Business Breakfast, which is run by economic development company GFirst, will be held in the Conference Centre at Vantage Point, Mitcheldean, on Friday, October 12, from 7.45am until 9.30am.
Stuart Barnes from Forest Means Business, said: "Technology is vital to all of our businesses, but many don't know about just how much software can help them. Good software can help a company to be more efficient and save costs but best of all it can also be free. We hope our businesses will enjoy the talk and come away interested and informed about how software can help their business."
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All businesses in the Forest of Dean are welcome to attend the free event which is designed to nurture a thriving and sustainable business community through the development of new ideas.
To book a place or for more information about Forest Means Business call 01452 328320 or email Leanne.email@example.com.