Develop Your Early Stage Business with the
Business Growth Programme
If you running an early stage business, which is under 42 months old and based in London, you can apply to receive dedicated support through our Inspiring Women Growth Programme, part funded by the European Regional Development Fund. The scheme includes a range of free support including expert one to one business advice and a range of Business Growth webinars (12 hours worth of support in total) - delivered online until further notice. Our experienced Advisers can help you:
Develop a business recovery and resilience strategy
Promote and market your business effectively: enhancing sales and developing a marketing strategy, including using social media effectively
Understand your finances: including help with financial forecasting, cash-flow, maximise your profit margin
Get to grips with environmental management including energy efficiency performance, policies and procedures
Develop and review your business model
Human resources: recruitment process, staffing policies and procedures
Are You Eligible?
To apply for the Inspiring Women: Business Growth Service, you must be a woman and:
Have a business which is registered with HMRC or Companies House less than 42 months old at the time of acceptance for Business Growth support under this programme
Be running your business from a London borough
Commit to receiving 12 hours business support (this can be made up of a mix of one to one advice sessions and business webinars).
Not already receiving support through other programmes
How to Register for Inspiring Women Business Growth Service
To make an appointment to speak with one of our Advisers for a business review to identify and agree an action plan for support email .
There is no deadline to apply for the Business Growth service, you can apply at anytime, however, there are limited places available until the end of the Inspiring Women Programme in December 2021.
This support provided under the Inspiring Women Business Growth Service
is free of charge as it is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund