The president of the Marlow & District Chamber of Commerce has revealed what the people of Marlow can expect when the town’s inaugural business festival arrives.

The four-day event, which is due to take place from March 26 to March 29, will see businesses across the Marlow area get together to teach locals and budding businesspeople, the top tricks and tips to succeed in the town.

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And after speaking at the most recent chamber of commerce meeting on February 17, President of the MDCoC, Lesley James, announced just some of next month’s plans.

She told the Bucks Free Press: “We have got three streams which a series of workshops which are all linked to a common theme, during the four-day festival.

“Each stream will have a presentation explaining what each topic is about.

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“We’re trying to become more sustainable to the people here, we’re trying to be more eco-friendly and the festival is for everyone.”

When discussing about the workshops, Lesley said: “The High Street workshop I think will be very interesting for those who have anything to do with the High Street as there will be a lot of information on it.

“The marketing workshop is aimed at people who have smaller businesses and these workshops will look at how to improve their digital audience and how to formulate strategies for the future amongst other things.

“And the future consumer workshop will look at the differences between the behaviour of Generation X, Generation Z and Baby Boomers when it comes to business.”

This is for anyone in Marlow and the surrounding areas which include Little Marlow and Marlow Bottom.