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In the latest part of our focus on productivity, we look at some of the Lancashire businesses who have benefitted from programmes available through Boost.
Many of the female led businesses that received support through Boost’s Growth Mentoring programme in 2019 have since gone on to gain special recognition for their achievements through regional business awards.
Jane Binnion is founder of Growing Club CIC, a social enterprise based in Lancaster, delivering enterprise skills training for women. As part of Female Entrepreneurship Month, she shared her thoughts with Boost on wellbeing when growing a business.
Improving productivity and achieving profitable, sustainable growth can involve streamlining many aspects of your business. Read how three organisations increased productivity with Boost support.
To celebrate the region’s first ever Female Entrepreneurship Month, here are just some of the amazing women who have growth stories to tell.
Rob Munro is the Institute for Manufacturing’s industrial associate in the Northwest. He shares with Boost resource-efficient approaches for SMEs in adopting digitalisation, and gives his thoughts on where to start.
Lancashire County Council’s Andrea Smith shares her thoughts on work wellbeing as part of World Mental Health Day.
Planning and preparing your business for any disruption is essential. If you haven’t thought about business continuity planning before, now is the time to do so.
Michael Lough is managing director of Boost & Co partner Blue Wren, a software house based in Preston. He shares his eight-step guide to help growing business improve workflow and efficiency.