Looking to grow your business in 2018 and beyond? We are running two FREE events, in partnership with D2N2 Growth Hub, to help you achieve business growth. One is targeted at continuous improvement in the manufacturing sector with expert speakers; the other is a drop-in surgery with one-to-one support.
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Women Who Do: networking together event. Ideal opportunity to meet enterprising women like you. Explore working for yourself or develop a new idea in an existing business. Interesting social media seminar with an expert speaker and a FREE lunch.
Find out how your business could gain from engaging with high-potential students through the Access Project. Both supporting them and learning new skills along the way.
Invest Ashfield & Mansfield will be at the East Midlands Expo Show on Monday 9 October. We'll be on stand G4 from 9:30am to 3:30pm. Come and visit us to find out more about Ashfield & Mansfield: The area for growth in the East Midlands.
Find out about public sector procurement opportunities available locally. FREE event showcasing support and case studies. Tuesday 7 November, 8-10am.
Find the latest finance and grants opportunities. And a quick reminder of some other ones that have been around for a while.
Ashfield & Mansfield Jobs Fairs 2017: ideal opportunities to meet with local jobseekers and fill your vacancies. 15 September at Mansfield Library and 22 September at the Festival Hall in Kirkby. Both events run 10am-2pm.
Placements give you the flexibility to supplement your workforce for a short period of time for a specific project. They can also prove most cost-effective. Find out more about some of the help available.
Recent research shows that cyber attacks now account for half of all UK crime with two-thirds of companies affected. Find out more about cyber security and where to get help.
Learn more about the enterprise awards running in both our secondary schools and the local college, celebrating enterprising skills of our future workforce. Also find out more about the changing nature of working practices in the Taylor Review.