Free webinars for Worcestershire businesses are being run to help them get through the Covid-19 pandemic.
The sessions are being organised by Worcestershire Business Central (WBC). So far, WBC has run 10 business support webinars with 105 Worcestershire businesses in attendance.
This comes as Worcestershire County Council has just launched a new programme in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Here 2 Help Business is designed to support local businesses to recover, adapt and develop as they begin to reopen. The programme which was launched last week and will provide financial support and consultancy advice to help kickstart the local economy.
Councillor Ken Pollock, Cabinet Member with Responsibility for Economy and Infrastructure said: “It is so important to support local business, especially now as we are in the recovery phase of the Coronavirus pandemic. “Worcestershire Business Central’s support webinars are providing a fantastic service to Worcestershire businesses in advising them how to navigate through these unprecedented times.”
The next, “Working Safely During Coronavirus: Close Contact Services” will be held between 11am and 12pm on Tuesday 28th July.
Kerris Crook, Founder of Kerris Crook HR Consultancy, who has attended one of WBC’s webinars, said: “I have found the webinars provided by WBC to be a really useful source of information in helping me to develop my HR consultancy. “It is such an important time to embrace online marketing and the webinars provided fundamental support on a number of areas.”
To find out more information about the webinars and to book onto one please visit: https://www.business-central.co.uk/events/categories/coronavirus-webinars/
For more information on ‘Here2Help Business’ please visit: www.worcestershire.gov.uk/here2helpbusiness
The Worcestershire 1000 is a network of businesses and organisations working together to promote the county regionally, nationally and internationally to networks, customers, colleagues and friends. The approach to raising the profile of Worcestershire is not owned by any one organisation or partner. It is a public/private sector partnership which reflects the wider community’s pride in championing the county as a place to live, work, invest and visit.
For more information, please visit www.oneworcestershire.com