Scottow Enterprise Park’s managing company, Hethel Innovation have launched a campaign aimed to support businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic. The organisation, which provides business support to companies in Norfolk and Suffolk through its ERDF funded project, Breakthrough, is offering one-to-one assistance and a programme of webinars to help businesses.
Topics that can be discussed with the Hethel Innovation team include funding and survivability. In addition, the team will provide training and guidance for businesses hoping to use the Government’s stay at home guidance as an opportunity to review their business plans, marketing strategy and spend time developing other projects.
Speaking of Hethel Innovation’s launch of its new campaign, Innovation Manager Imogen Shipperlee, commented ‘We understand that the UK’s lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus is a really stressful and concerning time for many businesses out there. Companies feel that the situation is completely out of their hands and there’s no way to go from here. While that’s true to some extent, it’s also a time for businesses to understand what help is available to them and work proactively to fight against these challenges. Innovation is a key component to surviving tough situations and we want to work with businesses to find creative solutions during this difficult time ’.
To get in touch with the Hethel Innovation team, email firstname.lastname@example.org today.
See Hethel Innovation’s schedule of webinar events by visiting: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/hethel-innovation-14690565122
Thanks to Hethel Innovation’s funding through their Breakthrough programme, all business support is completely free.