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biz4Biz provides a coherent voice for businesses in Hertfordshire. We aim to influence and shape policymaking and encourage investment in Hertfordshire by engaging with local and central government, relevant public sector bodies and local organisations to promote the county of Hertfordshire as a great place to live and do business.


Forthcoming events

Why video marketing is important for professional services organisations

Wednesday, 17 May, 2017 at the Needham House Hotel

Our guest speakers are George Day, who made his first feature film when he was 10 years old, and Mahlon Prince from DMLK Video. They are experts when it comes to creating videos for companies that provide services, such as accountants, tax advisers, IFAs, law firms, architects and consultancy firms. In their talk, they will share their tips on how to use video to attract new customers.



Brexit debate

Friday, 23 June, 2017 at the Needham House Hotel

Following on from the pre Brexit debate held by biz4Biz in 2016 we have invited the Rt Hon Peter Lilley MP to return for further discussion about the process. It is suggested that the triggering of Article 50 of the EU Treaty is imminent and this will formally provide the European Union with notice that the UK will exit the Treaty in 2019 and the exit negotiations will begin. BREXIT DEBATE


The Game Fair

Hatfield House, 28-30 July 2017

Enjoy a memorable day at The Game Fair with our exclusive biz4Biz offer. This includes shooting and lunch in The Game Fair enclosure allowing you to escape the crowds. GAME FAIR

biz4Biz awards 2017

The winners were announced at our glittering Awards Ceremony at Tewin Bury Farm Hotel - see the video highlights above

Photographs from the evening are now available and can be downloaded free of charge for use on websites and for promotional purposes.

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biz4Biz Awards

biz4Biz magazine

biz4Biz Insight is packed with thought-provoking articles, news and comment. We have a wide variety of interesting columnists and guest writers giving their views on a range of topics and issues that affect the SME business community.

In the April 2017 issue:

  • biz4Biz Awards gala dinner report
  • Networking with biz4Biz ConneXions
  • Cariad Marketing - Generating leads with inbound marketing
  • Austins Funeral Directors - celebrating 20 years at Harewood Park
  • Mark Bretton explains why it is so important to get involved with the LEP
  • Aubery Park Hotel - wonderful food and service
  • Alexis Hawkins shares her foodie thoughts
  • Herts LEP secures £49.53 million
  • Richmond House Group offer their advice to family businesses
  • Late payments - Keith Middleton explains how small businesses can lose out
  • Adrian Hawkins explains about the forthcoming exit from the EU
  • And much more


biz4Biz Insight magazine cover

Read our latest blog posts

The Insurance Act – what businesses need to know

Written by Andrew Sykes, Director of biz4Biz and Managing Director of RHG Insurance.

The Act ushers in a more modern regime for the industry by updating the 100-year-old regulations governing contracts between businesses and insurers. The government believes that updating the regulations will lend transparency to the industry and lower the number of legal disputes, better equipping UK insurers to survive against global competitors who have already adopted more modern regimes for governing insurance.

Read the full blog here >>

Hertfordshire is one of the best for prosperity and inclusion

Written by Adrian Hawkins, Co-founder & Chairman biz4Biz, Chairman Weldability Sif (established 1925), Director & Trustee of the Weldability Sif Foundation, Main Board Member Herts LEP, Chair of the Skills and Employment Board, Chairman and Trustee of the Hart Schools Trust.

The Government has decided that in 2020, business rates, currently valued at £23bn nationally, will be paid to local authorities rather than delivered to central government as they are now.

Read the full blog here >>



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