The Enterprise Support Alliance has been formed to offer entrepreneurs support as they set up and develop business ventures. The Alliance seeks to establish and develop various initiatives designed to achieve this.
East Hertfordshire Council has appointed Deyton Bell to provide support services for local businesses in the district after the council was awarded a £1.2 million European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) contract from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG).
Deyton Bell, who has extensive experience in providing economic development and business support services to businesses and councils across the East of England will deliver the services required via not for profit subsidiary the Enterprise Support Alliance.
The Enterprise Support Alliance will offer support to small businesses in the maintenance, repairs and operations sector for Stansted airport, as well as the bio science and social enterprise sectors.
Support will also be provided via small capital grants of up to £5k or a 12 hour package of support such as mentoring, workshops and networking opportunities.
The Enterprise Support Alliance has been appointed to deliver a further set of fully funded workshops across the Essex Local Authority area for South East Business Boost.
These interactive workshops will be free to all eligible businesses and will cover topics such as: Adapting your products and processes to meet the needs of your customers, Making the most of social media, Getting your business finances in order and Getting your business online.
To find out more about this project, please visit https://sebb.enterprisesupportalliance.com/
The Enterprise Support Alliance was appointed to deliver fully funded, 2 day workshops across the Essex Local Authority area for South East Business Boost.
The 2 day, interactive workshops were free to all eligible businesses and covered topics such as Digital Marketing, Creating New Products & Services, Project Management, Finance Essentials, HR Essentials and How to Set Up a New Business.
The programme ran throughout 2019 and was delivered by highly qualified trainers.
To find out more about this project, please visit https://www.sebusinessboost.org.uk/
The Enterprise Support Alliance is a not for profit business. This means that any money earned by the business has to be reinvested in our work.Find out More