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Redcar and Cleveland Business Network Evening Event – Festival of Thrift

18th June 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Join our special evening network event for all sized businesses, social enterprises and startups in Redcar and Cleveland to explore the opportunities available for local businesses to benefit from the Festival of Thrift which returns 14 – 15 September 2019 to Kirkleatham, Redcar.

In 2018, over 45,000 people attended the festival weekend generating just under £1m for the local economy. As Redcar prepares to host the seventh event we urge business owners to get involved.

Meet guest speaker Stella Hall, Festival of Thrift Event Director who will be showcasing the opportunities and plans surrounding the event to promote business and tourism across Redcar and Cleveland.

Benefits of attending the Redcar and Cleveland Business network each month:

•Business topic(s): Festival of Thrift

•Guest speaker(s) every month to motivate and share business tips.

•Access to local business insights – funding opportunities, upcoming events.

•Meet like-minded business owners and individuals to share knowledge and best practice. Maybe even collaborate on a project or initiative together!

•Free promotion of your business on social media channels:

  • Post on your channel and tag us in and we can like, share, retweet your posts
  • Email us your offer with web address or telephone number and we can post for you.

•Free car parking, free refreshments (tea, coffee) provided by Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.


To register for this event, please visit the eventbrite page here


18th June 2019
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Redcar Leisure and Community Heart
Ridley St
Redcar, TS10 1TD
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