We know that businesses are the not the same, so why should the same support be for everybody?

We’re free and impartial, with decades of collective experience. As part of the national Growth Hub network, we’re here to help you find the best possible solutions to your problems. No matter what stage your business is at.

If you’re not sure where your business fits in, don’t worry. We’re here to help navigate you through the different stages of business and find the right support for you and your enterprise.

From starting a business to employing new staff, growing you business to launching new products we’re here to guide you through all stages with free and impartial advice.

Whether you’re an established SME or just starting out, our SME Competitiveness Programme will assist your and your business through the myriad of support available.

Key areas of support include:

Starting out and business planning: When you’re starting a business things can move quickly and it can be difficult to keep track of all the changes. Our resources and support will help you get your new business off to the right start.

Employing new staff: take the right steps to get your business ready to employ someone.

Developing new products: There are challenges every step of the way in developing new products. We know this better than anyone. That’s why we’re to help you navigate all the obstacles that come with turning concepts into products.

Growing your business: You’ve found your feet and you need some guidance with taking the next step. We’re here to offer a steady hand.

Business Support: Our team of Growth Hub Business Navigators and our dedicated telephone enquiry service have the knowledge, skills and expertise to signpost you to the right initiatives and resources to support your business growth.

Call 01249 477 287 to speak to a Business Navigator or to find out more, click here. or email today about how we can realise the full potential of your business and get the head start that you need.

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