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A delegation of Lancashire entrepreneurs joined Boost on a visit to Downing Street this week to discuss how government can help more small businesses to grow.
In the days surrounding the weekend celebration, Creative Lancashire will present the National Festival of Making Conference programme, in association with partners such as Crafts Council, Lancashire Skills Hub and GF Smith, to name a few.
Data protection regulation is set to change on 25 May this year to give people more control over their data. These laws cover how you collect, use and store people’s personal data.
A breakfast event later this month (18th April) will give Lancashire business advisors the opportunity to find out more about what government support is available to help their clients grow, protect their innovations and trade internationally.
As the Commonwealth Games take place on Australia’s Gold Coast, Team England will be kitted out by Lancashire-based Kukri Sports.
More than 100 entrepreneurs from across Lancashire gathered yesterday for a major growth summit aimed at supporting new and growing businesses in the county.
Ambitious Lancashire businesses are being encouraged to make the most of a free service that identifies where they might benefit from extra business support.
Businesses across Lancashire can reduce energy costs and bust myths around their carbon footprint – thanks to an innovative programme delivered by Lancaster University.
Businesses across Lancashire struggling to recruit the right candidates, or who are looking to grow their workforce, are being reminded to take advantage of fully-funded support before funding ends in summer 2018.