3Sun boss to reveal trade secrets at Business Growth Fund event

Graham Hacon from the 3sun group.
Picture: James Bass Graham Hacon from the 3sun group. Picture: James Bass

Wednesday, July 2, 2014
10:05 AM

The boss of Great Yarmouth-based energy firm 3sun Group will present at a Business Growth Fund (BGF) event next week.

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Graham Hacon will reveal some of the secrets behind his firm’s rapid expansion, while discussing how a £10m investment from the BGF will benefit his company.

The event – which will take place on Monday July 7 in Norwich – is the first event 
BGF has hosted in East Anglia that is targeted at business owners.

Mr Hacon said: “Securing the capital from BGF has been a real accomplishment for us and is testament to the whole team’s hard work and determination to position 3sun Group as a leader in our field.

“We are committed to delivering a high-quality, fully-integrated service from launch to completion and the £10m funding will allow us to continue to do so on a global scale.”

The event, followed by drinks and networking, will take place from 4.00pm to 7.00pm on Monday 7 July at the Norwich City Football Club, Carrow Road, Norwich.

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