New year new career

A new career development course starts on 19 January in Egham. If you're aged 45 year or older and struggling to get back into work, or you know you're under-employed and want a better job, then this is the programme for you. There are only a few places left. Register now.

The course is being run by Room for Work, and has been made possible by Government funding secured by Runnymede Borough Council.


Budget briefing

Do you want to find out about Runnymede Borough Council`s financial plans for 2024/25? Amanda Fahey, Assistant Chief Executive at the Council will be outlining the authorities budget for 2024/25 at this event specifically aimed at local businesses.

Wednesday 7 February

⏰ 8:30am - 9:30am


Launch of the 2024 Runnymede Business awards

Following the success of our first Runnymede Business Awards in 2023, we’re thrilled to announce the return of the awards for 2024. The awards will celebrate the best of businesses in Runnymede and will raise the profile of our borough as one of the pre-eminent places in the UK for businesses.

We have a limited number of free places for the launch event on 28 February. If you want to be amongst the first to find out the details of the awards register now to claim your free tickets.

Wednesday 28 February

⏰ 5:30pm - 7:00pm


Get set for business growth in 2024

Thinking of scaling up your business in 2024? Do you want to increase productivity and become more competitive? This free networking event is aimed at start-ups and small businesses looking to grow. Come along to hear from business support expert Roya Croudace who will share the secrets of growth businesses to help you succeed in 2024.

Friday 2 February

⏰ 9:30am - 11:00am


Business Runnymede is here to support you

Join us on social media, where we will be posting regular updates on our Twitter and Instagram accounts. We're also available on LinkedIn at:

Runnymede Borough Council LinkedIn

Come and say hello and follow us! We are happy to share your posts and profiles.