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Inleaf Team
13th November 2017 | Case Studies

Green shoots of growth at Inleaf follows NPIF backing

A Lancashire company which supplies and maintains living plants to businesses across the North West is expanding with a £150k loan from the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund.

Kim Ashton and Gary Apps of My Fish Company
13th November 2017 | News

50 not out for Lancashire Access to Finance service

The Lancashire Access to Finance service, which provides fully-funded investment readiness support to SMEs and scale-ups, is celebrating helping its 50th Lancashire business.

Global Enterprise Week 2017
10th November 2017 | Inspiration

Inspiring events in Lancashire this #GEW2017

We’ve highlighted some inspiring events you might want to attend in Lancashire and beyond this Global Entrepreneurship Week (13th-19th November).

9th November 2017 | Inspiration

How learning to love selling can transform your business

Hayley Caine of Selling Made Easier, a Boost & Co partner, looks at ways Lancashire business owners can improve performance by thinking about selling in a different way.

7th November 2017 | Inspiration

Showcasing Lancashire’s female business role models

Wendy Bowers, director of training and mentoring company Role, discusses the importance of female role models in the business world and previews the Oysters and Pearls event which aims to inspire women who’ve lacked female role models.

7th November 2017 | Inspiration

How do I protect my business’ intellectual property?

Dave Hopkins from the government’s Intellectual Property Office (IPO) offers ten top tips for how Lancashire businesses can get the most from their intellectual property (IP).

6th November 2017 | Case Studies

Boost helps cheesecake firm get just desserts

A Lancashire-based handmade cheesecake manufacturer has taken on two new staff members and increased turnover by 30 per cent after support from Boost.

6th November 2017 | Inspiration

The benefits of becoming a living wage employer

Remsol recently became an accredited Living Wage Employer.  That means their lowest paid members of staff will now earn at least £8.45 an hour – the rate that the Living Wage Foundation says is the amount people really need in order to live.

advanced manufacturing
1st November 2017 | News

Rolls-Royce director to visit Lancashire in productivity push

The Global Director of Manufacturing for Rolls-Royce is coming to Lancaster this month to address burning questions from North West business leaders about productivity within the manufacturing and engineering industry.

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