Our dedicated #BoostYourRecovery service is here to help businesses impacted by the Covid-19 crisis.


Boost; supporting Lancashire businesses

Boost is Lancashire’s Business Growth Hub which has supported over 6,000 businesses since its inception in 2013.

In addition to our normal programmes, we have created a dedicated #BoostYourRecovery service to support businesses as they manage the impact of the Covid-19 crisis and plan their recovery.

The service is funded and led by Lancashire County Council and is available to all Lancashire businesses. Our team will advise where possible, as well as directing businesses to funding support and expert advisers across Lancashire.

We have also built a dedicated online Recovery Hub with resilience guides, access to Government updates and partner advice as well information about webinars, virtual drop-in sessions and other support.

Whatever stage of recovery your business is at, we are here to help. Call our team today.

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10:00 - 11:00 Zoom Webinar
Evolving E-commerce brings together leaders in e-commerce technology & marketing, exploring how scale-ups improve beyond the buy button. Join
10:00 - 12:00 Microsoft Teams
This session has been organised by the Leading Lancashire project at UCLan. In these unprecedented times, many of us
10:00 - 12:00 Online
Delivered online by the experienced and renowned international trainer Mandy Lockett MIEx, International Business Director for the East Lancashire
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9th July 2020 | News

Entrepreneurial mum launches new North West Centre for Business & Team Wellbeing

Lancashire entrepreneur and author Celia Gaze, who founded the multi award-winning Wellbeing Farm and is a recognised voice in the corporate wellness space, has used lockdown to develop a new business.

8th July 2020 | Inspiration & Spotlight

Offshoring to reshoring – time for a change?

The Coronavirus pandemic has exposed gaps in UK supply chains to vital medical supplies. Specialist manufacturing advisor, Steve Wilkinson,  explores how the pandemic could trigger a shift towards reshoring production to the UK.

8th July 2020 | News

UK funding to help locals develop digital engineering skills to find jobs post COVID-19

Lancashire consortium, The Digital Engineer Education Programme (DEEPer), has received funding from the £3 million Fast Track Fund to train and upskill new digital talent in Lancashire.

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