NFBP – Business Support and networking in the New Forest

Free Business Growth Eligibility Clinic – 22 Oct (Lyndhurst)

Through the Business Growth Eligibility Clinic brought to you by NFDC and HSBC. Pro-actions we will help Businesses Owners in the New Forest maximise the potential of available Government funding. The GrowthAccelerator scheme is open to all UK owned SME businesses in England, which have growth aspirations. A simple interview with a Pro-actions GrowthAccelerator Business Coach will assess the viability and expedite the funding process. Places for the next Clinic in Lyndhurst can be booked here

Event: Business Growth ‘Eligibility’ Clinic
1 hour appointment – ‘Are you Eligible?’
Venue: New Forest District Council, Appletree Court, Beaulieu Road, Lyndhurst, SO43 7PA
Date: Wednesday 22nd October 2014

Grant Support is based on a nominal £3,500 + VAT Value of Business Support
Subsidised cost is £1,500 + VAT for a business with 5 – 49 employees
i.e. £3,500 Business Growth Support Value for £1,500 …

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13th October 2014

by Matt Callaghan

Enter the 2014/15 Brilliance in Business Awards

The ninth annual award scheme specifically for businesses in the New Forest district aims to celebrate the achievements of business in the area and highlight good practice.

The New Forest Business of the year will be selected from the winners of seven individual categories. These will include recognition of successful companies which show high levels of achievement within their core business and in a number of specialist areas including investment in the workforce, enterprise and innovation, entrepreneurship, development of technologies and green policies. (more…)

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25th September 2014

by Matt Callaghan

NFBP Planning & Transport Conference: 23 Oct, Hanger Farm Arts Centre, West Totton

The topics of both planning and transport have long been at the forefront of interest and debate amongst businesses within the New Forest.

NFBP has successfully run Planning Breakfasts for a number of years but the decision to expand this agenda into a half day conference has been taken to allow for the wider, yet strongly related issue of transport to be incorporated. (more…)

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15th September 2014

by Matt Callaghan