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Support and opportunities for businesses in Worcestershire
Ever wondered if electric cars would be good for your business?
Need some advice on how to fund your business growth?
Want to cash in on energy-efficiency savings or make sure you’re hitting environmental regulation targets?
Open For Business programmes
Free consultancy and grants either for SMEs to install renewable energy systems, or for SMEs (including start-ups) undertaking development of new carbon products/diversifying into the low carbon market.
There are three elements to this programme; a core business start-up offer, support for early stage businesses and support for high growth start-ups. This support includes 1-2-1 sessions, workshops and grants.
READ OUR CASE STUDIES FROM PAST BUSINESS SUPPORT PROGRAMMES
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVB0I7OVxBM CTO and Co-Founder of Eploy - Chris Bough, explains how they have been in their Kidderminster head offices for about ten years...
Steve Borwell discussing how his company and the Be Cyber Secure Programme have tackled cyber crime in the local area and beyond
STEVE BORWELL DISCUSSING HOW HIS COMPANY AND THE BE CYBER SECURE PROGRAMME HAVE TACKLED CYBER CRIME IN THE LOCAL AREA AND BEYOND...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1IHO4JKrlE&feature=youtu.be 8D Closures specialise in the design, development and manufacturing of automative...
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Latest Open For Business Articles
Worcestershire County Councils Investing in Growth programme is designed to help SMEs in Worcestershire to initiate significant business expansionprojects, through the provision of grant funding and advice. One business that was supported by the programme recently was...
https://youtu.be/UmGNRzTW5LU Managing Director of Purple Granite, John Brewer, explains how they fabricate and fit luxury stone worktops. They were seeing business increase significantly month on month to the point where they couldn't cope with the amount of of work...