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New Anglia Growth Hub has successful day advising businesses at Bacton




New Anglia Growth Hub advisers who spent a day with businesses at Red House Farm Industrial Estate in Bacton offering advice on funding and grants
New Anglia Growth Hub advisers who spent a day with businesses at Red House Farm Industrial Estate in Bacton offering advice on funding and grants

An organisation which provides free business support is inviting commercial landlords to offer their tenants access to the service.

The New Anglia Growth Hub, funded by the European Regional Development Fund, has already offered advice to businesses on the Red House Farm Industrial Estate in Bacton which is owned and managed by David Black & Son Ltd.

Three advisers were available throughout the day to listen to company needs and help identify sources of funding, grants and other support. They handled 18 individual appointments.

Senior Growth Hub adviser, Richard Glinn, said: “We would love to hear from more commercial landlords so we can roll out this model across Suffolk and Norfolk.”

More information about grants and funding is available from the hub, which is managed by Suffolk Chamber, on 0300 333 6536.



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