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Guildford Means Business – On Track To Sell-out

Published on: 25 Mar, 2013
Updated on: 29 Mar, 2013

gmb-logo-2013s Well over eighty exhibitors had signed up for the Guildford Means Business exhibition with some two months to go, leaving the organisers convinced that the show could soon sell out.

The business to business show gets bigger every year. In 2013, on Wednesday 15th May, the event moves to G Live, a move that has caught the imagination of local businesses.

The list of exhibitors is long and the products and services that will be on show represents a wide range of businesses and services: accountants to apps,  business advisors to banks, colleges to cleaning services, designers to discount clubs, media to menswear, sales consultants to solicitors.

Paul Bridgland and Sally Castro- of Best of Guildford

Paul Bridgland and Sally Castro-Gouveia of Best of Guildford

Paul Bridgland, Managing Director at Best of Guildford said: “Reade Signs will be wrapping a car on site at the exhibition and hope to have it completed before the close of play, Joe Lee will have his Party Pianos there and will be playing to entertain the visitors as they come in the main entrance, Metro Bank will be on display and it will be great to hear what they have to offer.

“Guildford Means Business goes from strength to strength

Sally Castro-Gouveia, Business Development Manager added: “Award winning Simon James Menswear will have some natty suits on show while a lot of visitors will want to talk to Harlequins Rugby or the local Guildford Rugby Club.

“Or visitors might fancy a massage with Shine or a chat to Guildford College or Brooklands College, and look out for the UKIP stand, now that should be interesting. The possibilities are endless: serious business advice and products; leisure; fun; and great business networking.”

A comprehensive range of seminars will be included in the exhibition

A comprehensive range of seminars will be included in the exhibition

Also offered will be a comprehensive seminar programme including: Learn about teamwork from the professionals, Will Skinner and Russ Chisholm, two first team players at Harlequins; The formula for Business Success with Beth Hughes: The Importance of Personal Branding from Tessa Hood; Marketing your Way to Success with the brilliant ‘Best of’ MD Michelle Downie; Playing to Win with Vanessa Lanham-Day; or find out more about Apps and 4G Technology with our local experts.

Working in association with Webster Consultancy, Guildford Means Business is presented by The Best of Guildford who champion, support and promote hundreds of businesses in and around Guildford.

For more information contact: Paul Bridgland, or Paul Webster, or visit their website at

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  1. Gill Perkins Reply

    May 14, 2013 at 3:29 pm

    The Best of Guildford is taking place tomorrow (May 15th), and the venue is already buzzing with businesses putting up their stands and getting ready for the big day! Looking forward to seeing lots of businesses there for a great day for the local business community.

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