Could your organisation run a Cheltenham Growth Hub?
Gloucestershire organisations are being invited to once again submit their interest as the Growth Hub expansion enters its next phase in Cheltenham.
Using funding from £106.6 million allocated from Government in the Gloucestershire Growth Deal, GFirst LEP is creating a network of Growth Hubs across the county, enabling businesses to access enhanced services from a range of locations.
The Growth Hub helps businesses scale up, boost performance and find new ways of working, so the LEP is looking for innovative partners to help facilitate the network expansion of Hubs across the county.
Partners could include educational institutions, local authorities, business representatives and support organisations, sector bodies, individual or groups of businesses, or others.
Alongside capital investment to create facilities for businesses to access, partners will receive support from central growth hub services and a digital infrastructure delivering the virtual Growth Hub.
The Growth Hub is currently supporting 2,519 businesses throughout Gloucestershire who benefit from 203 experts in our community of support providers.
Sarah Danson, Growth Hub Manager said: “This is a great investment opportunity for Cheltenham organisations to demonstrate how they can play their part to continue with our ambition to drive for business growth in Gloucestershire.”
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