The Star Employment Services team were out in force to engage with businesses at a leading local showcase exhibition.
Recruitment sales executive Gemma Merrick and resourcer Rebekah Rowley attended the Black Country Chamber of Commerce’s Spring Expo. The event attracted more than 200 visitors to GTG in Willenhall.
They handed out brochures and promotional material to promote the Star Employment Services current recruitment offer.
The expo showcased more than 50 chamber members and formed part of the second Black Country Business Festival. There was plenty of networking going on as businesses made new contacts at the four-hour event.
‘Laurel and Hardy’ turned up to promote the Funny Things Comedy Festival being run by exhibitors Creative Black Country from October 26 to November 2.
They also had caricaturist Pen Jones on hand to sketch those attending and invited people to submit jokes.
The expo had a special area to encourage firms to get involved in bidding for work on the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
The festival ends on Friday (24) with the Black Country Living Museum in Dudley hosting the closing celebration from 12 noon.