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Small business week launched

ALEX DOWNES, alexdownes@nationnews.com

Added 23 September 2018


Pastor Reverend Paul Leacock (right) prays for the members of the Small Business Association who attended today's church service. (Picture by Alex Downes.)

The Small Business Association (SBA) kicked off its 2018 week of activities with its church service at the First Baptist Church this morning.

Under the theme The Role of SMEs in Building Sustainable Economies, the organisation will host several other events throughout the week.

On Tuesday, the SBA will host their Youth Forum at Bagnall Point Gallery in Pelican Village. Thursday will feature a bus tour and community outreach and the SBA will host their annual general meeting and Award ceremony on Friday at the Savannah Hotel in Hastings, Christ Church. (AD)



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