Come and meet Ten2Two Hampshire at the Hampshire Chamber and Business Exhibition

Louise Boardman-Rule and Hannah Pateman from Ten2Two Hampshire will be at the Meet the Chamber and Business Exhibition on Monday 24th April, between 4.00pm – 6.30pm – come along and say hello!

We’ll be on hand to answer any and all of your hiring questions and concerns, and to share with you the positive impact that part-time professionals can have on your business – whether you are just starting up, moving to the next growth phase or looking for niche skills – Ten2Two can help at all stages.

With a database of professionals from all industries and all professions, you’ll be surprised by how much talent we can help you find!

Meet the Chamber and Business Exhibition

The event is being organised by the Hampshire Chamber of Commerce and is being held at the Grand Harbour Hotel, Southampton, SO15 1AG.  The events are always a great  opportunity to meet and network with like-minded business.

Members/ Non Members free to attend but registration is essential via events.south@hampshirechamber.co.uk

 

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