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University of Central Lancashire’s MaCaW project helped Canopy Products reduce energy costs, cut carbon from operations thus boosting its business profile with clients seeking a more sustainable supply chain.
Preston-based Xacom, a training and project management business has doubled turnover and outlined ambitious plans for further growth after receiving mentoring support from Boost’s Growth Mentoring programme during Covid-19.
Tailored support from Access to Finance Lancashire has helped a CBD oils business to secure the finance needed to successfully shift sales of its products online and launch two new ranges.
The Rural Community Energy Fund provides feasibility and project development grant funding to rural community groups that want to develop their own renewable energy projects.
A Lancashire security management company has seen strong national expansion, taking on more than 100 new staff and opening several satellite offices, following growth support from Boost.
Taking agile working a step further. The Lancashire firm where flexible working is always welcome, even from different time zones.
Clitheroe-based Burys Solicitors has moved into a new town centre office after outgrowing its old base following strategic support from Boost; Lancashire’s Business Growth Hub.
Henshaw Safety & Training Solutions is a Lancashire-based family business that specialises in bespoke training and consultancy solutions to ensure compliance with food safety legislation. Co-founder Marcia Henshaw shares how Boost helped them when they were first starting out.
Boost’s experts have referred thousands of Lancashire business to available funded support. Turning a great idea into a great business idea was the conundrum facing Access to Finance when it began working with Lancashire brewing start-up Cannabrew.