Exhibitors will be listed here in the Spring
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Wells Room stand: 32
Curchod & Co are an independent Chartered Surveying practice, established in 1938, the practice operates predominantly across Surrey, North Hampshire and the South East region providing a wide range of property consultancy and management expertise. Our offices are located in Woking, Weybridge, Camberley and Farnham.
Curchod & Co are committed to providing the finest quality of service and advice. Our experienced and accomplished Chartered Surveyors and professional personnel are enthusiastic about delivering successful property solutions and services.
Wells Room stand: 34
43 star Hotel n the heart of Woking
Wells Room stand: 62
Wells Room stand: 68
Lansbury Business Estate provides flexible business space for companies in Woking. Over 40 companies currently benefit from our quality buildings, free car parking, good transport links, site security, on-site cafe, meeting facilities and realistic lease terms.
Wells Room stand: 28
Projectfive is an IT support company based in Camberley looking after businesses of all sizes across Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire. We are one of the friendliest and easiest-to-understand companies you will ever meet. If you need IT support and have trouble understanding what our competitors are saying, get in touch! www.projectfive.co.uk
Wells Room stand: 98
Video producers for all - local businesses, SMEs and corporates: animations, commercials and interactive production. For Woking and Surrey Chamber members we are have special rates, whether you require testimonials, product demos, corporate promos or brand animations for your website, why not call us for a quote on 01483 217830.
Wells Room stand: 54
Woking News and Mail is Woking's only dedicated weekly newspaper. A family owned traditional local newspaper, the News and Mail prides itself in being at the heart of Woking and its surrounding villages, reporting on local news for the local people. We are one of the few regional newspapers currently enjoying a modest growth in circulation. Woking News and Mail is keeping local news alive!