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12 Dec

Businesses urged to claim £2500 voucher for broadband boost

Businesses around the UK are being urged to make use of a £2500 voucher for gigabit broadband speeds before the scheme closes due to high demand.

12 Dec

Deadline looms for Enterprising Women nominations

The annual quest to find the region’s most successful and inspirational businesswomen will end soon after Christmas.

12 Dec

New Chief Executive Officer appointed by D2N2 LEP

A new Chief Executive Officer has been appointed by the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership.

Case Studies

The Split Screen Coffee Company

 

Through one to one support with her Growth Hub Business Adviser, Jen gained a much greater understanding and clarity of her company strategy. She also attended a number of Growth Hub workshops, picking up good tips for digital marketing and financial management.

 

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Embrace U Consultancy

Embrace U Consultancy received business advice and support from the Growth Hub, enabling the company to successfully apply for a grant to purchase all the equipment, software and development work for their growing business.

 

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CAD for Fashion

After receiving support from the D2N2 Growth Hub, the BIG HOUSE project, the D2N2 Digital Growth Programme and a loan from First Enterprise, the company is now regularly delivering courses to students, graduates and experienced professionals within the fashion industry.

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Valleys of Chesterfield

 

A supplier of niche building materials, including reclamation and the supply of claddings, the company was seeking to consolidate the growth it had made and explore ways to harness the new foundations that they wished to lay down.

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Three Bears Cookery Club

 


Mum of three, Ruth Chubb started the Three Bear Cookery Club in July 2016, a business that has risen after several years in the making.

The company offers fun cookery sessions for children ages 2-13.

 

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Think Big Developments

 

Think Big Developments provides work experience and apprenticeships to young adults from all backgrounds between the ages of 16-24. The organisation required some form of finance to be able to invest in the necessary equipment to provide their valuable service within the local community. There was also a general lack of knowledge around what support was available which would enable the business to grow.

 

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