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Boost is Lancashire’s Business Growth Hub. We’ve helped 8,000 businesses develop and grow through specialist support and we’re ready to help you.

Business support for a changing landscape

Today’s changing world presents business challenges and opportunities and at Boost we can help you with both.

Our funded Growth Support Service can help you navigate the private and public sector business support landscape to find the right support for you.

We can also help through our flying start programme for start-up businesses, our bespoke growth programme for scaleup businesses and our growth mentoring programme for people in business.

One of 38 Growth Hubs in the UK, Boost is fully funded and led by Lancashire County Council and the Lancashire LEP.

Please call our Growth Support Service team today to talk about your business plans and how we can support them.

Our Growth Support Service team is here to help

Would you like to find out more about the excellent business support available to you? Or maybe you’d like to find out how we’ve helped over 8,000 businesses since 2013? Contact our team to start your growth conversation.

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Tow Zero Scale to Sale
12th May 2022 | News

Scale to Sale programme to help high-growth business owners prepare for investment begins

A targeted Lancashire County Council-backed business support programme has begun in the county, which will help the owners of eight fast-growing Lancashire businesses to prepare their companies for investment or sale.

5th May 2022 | Case Studies

Lancashire growth programme provides refreshed focus for creative agency

A Preston-based creative and ideas agency has spoken of a ‘renewed sense of focus and direction’ after engaging with the fully funded Lancashire Forum Creative business and growth programme.

4 Parameters of Performance: Profitability
3rd May 2022 | Inspiration & Spotlight

Four Parameters of Performance: Profitability

Associate Director of the SME Productivity and Innovation Centre at Edge Hill University, Michael Banford, shares his expertise in profitability, the first parameter of performance that can inhibit an organisation from scaling-up.

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