If you operate a business within Hailsham, you are invited to a meeting of the newly formed Hailsham Business Forum on Thursday 23rd February at the Hailsham Civic Community Hall from 6.30pm.
The Hailsham Business Forum, which has been set up by the Hailsham Forward Town Team to supplement the Community Forum established in 2015, aims to provide a discussion group for businesses and retailers with a common interest in a prosperous future for Hailsham to voice their views.
Ways to promote Hailsham, bring more people into the town and encourage traders to work together to boost the local economy will also be encouraged at the forum.
Meetings will be attended by members of the Hailsham Forward Town Team and councillors and take place on a regular basis. They are open to all members of the local business community.
The next meeting will look at the town centre improvement works scheduled to take place later this year and provide an update on the scheme, as well as the potential introduction of a Loyalty Card scheme in Hailsham.
Individual invitations will be sent out to all known businesses in Hailsham soon. If you wish to attend the next Hailsham Business Forum please write to Mickey Caira (Town Council Offices, Market Street, Hailsham, BN27 2AE) or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org confirming your attendance.
Deputy Town Clerk and Business Enterprise Manager Mickey Caira said “The forum is instrumental in promoting the town as a viable business centre and it is hoped that meetings will help enable a range of projects and initiatives to be discussed.”
“Hailsham Forward wants to reflect the ideas of local businesses and residents, so this is a good time to tell us your ideas.”
Rob Slater, Chairman of the Hailsham Forward Executive commented: “It’s so important that we all support local businesses and help improve the local economy in Hailsham so we hope this forum will be a united voice for all businesses and retailers in the town.”
“However, we need their input and it is important that we get as many business representatives as possible to take part in the next meeting of the forum in February.”
Terry Hall, Communications & Public Information Officer
Hailsham Town Council, Market Street, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 2AE
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