Business Ambassador Gyron Internet is hosting the East of England Export Hub from Monday 30th January to Thursday 2nd February.
Seven entrepreneurs have been awarded business boosting grants of up to £2,500 from the Dacorum’s Den panel of judges.
Hertfordshire Constabulary and Dacorum Borough Council are urging local businesses to stay alert following a number of scams involving a man falsely claiming to be from the council’s licensing department.
As the time approaches for a new mayor to take over as first citizen of Dacorum borough, Rennie Grove Hospice Care has thanked the current mayor, Gbola Adeleke, for his support during his mayoral year.
Dacorum's Den 2016 is open. All you need to do is apply for £1,000 to grow your business or fund a new idea! It's just that easy!
Dacorum Borough Council support all charities and want to work with all within the local area. We were very pleased to be a part of the launch of the new campaign RVT have established.
English Tourism Week a VisitEngland initiative from 5-13 March, is a week-long programme of events across England designed to kick start the 2016 season. Now in its fifth year, it offers the chance for Dacorum to celebrate the importance of tourism and the benefits it brings to everyone, everywhere, every day in England.
As part of the borough’s first Digital Dacorum week residents will get the chance to use Dacorum Borough Council’s new website for the first time on Monday 7 March.
The website will be launched as part of Digital Dacorum week which will run from 7-12 March. During the week residents will have the opportunity to access free computer training and internet skills courses. They will also have access to free internet cafes and can get advice on using the internet on their tablet or smartphone.
Businesses are invited to a preview of the public consulation on phase 2 of the Spencer's Park development on Friday 26 February between 12 and 1pm.
So far, Dacorum residents have diverted nearly 5,000 tonnes of food waste from going to landfill by using their food waste caddies. This has saved tax payers over £200,000 since the new recycling scheme was introduced.