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LUTON ENTERPRISE DAY 2016

Businesses and training providers gathered to showcase their job vacancies, products and services at the Luton Enterprise Day at Futures House, Marsh Farm on Monday 18th January 2016.

Luton Enterprise Day is an annual partnership event organised by Marsh Farm Futures and supported by Luton Borough Council and Job Centre Plus. Richard Cooper, Chair of Futures Business Voice welcomed delegates, exhibitors and visitors.

 

                             Kelvin Hopkins MP opens the event                        

 Kelvin Hopkins MP for North Luton, Paul Adams from Luton Borough Council, Roy Davis Chair of Marsh Farm Futures and Mairead McGeoghan from Job Centre Plus opened the event.


Paul Adams from LBC 

More than 45 exhibitors from a wide range of sectors and businesses including Barclays and NatWest banks, McDonalds, the Army, Imercare, Heywood House, Keepmoat, Marsh Bears Nursery, Disability Resource Centre and WENTA amongst many others spoke to over 600 people who came to the event to find out about job opportunities and advice on business start- ups.

       
                                   Visitors speak to the various businesses

 Training providers including Bedford College and University of Bedfordshire were also on hand to speak to aspiring students about the different levels of training available to them.


                                     Disability Resource Centre                          


                                                    Princes Trust

KeepMoat hosted free workshops on apprenticeships and WENTA were on hand to speak to give advice to people interested in starting up their own businesses.

    

                                            Forever Living                                                  


                                                    Barclays Bank

KeepMoat hosted free workshops on apprenticeships and WENTA were on hand to speak to give advice to people interested in starting up their own businesses.

                                                           KeepMoat

                                                            
                                                           
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Ishaq Kazi, Programme Manager for Marsh Farm Futures said: “It was a very successful event and having spoken to both businesses and individuals they agreed that it was a huge benefit to the community and businesses alike.