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InvestNEL: The Ultimate Platform for Business Growth

11:00 am, Friday, 24th May 2024 - 2 months ago

Business and investment

Local businesses are encouraged to come along to a drop in session on 14 June from 9am to 1130am at Grimsby Town Hall to find out more about investment opportunities and business support available across North East Lincolnshire.

The session has been organised by the InvestNEL team, based at the Council, who work to provide information and guidance to businesses across the borough.

In attendance at the session will be:

  • InvestNEL and business support organisations based in North East Lincolnshire (e-factor, InvestmentHub and the 2025 Group) will be on hand to talk about the growth and business opportunities available in the area, as well as available support for businesses
  • The Council’s procurement team will be there to advise on how to do business with the Council and what opportunities are available;
  • You can also talk with the Skills and Employment lead, who can support businesses

who are interested in understanding more about training opportunities and how to use the apprenticeship levy.

To book your free place, visit EventBrite and look for “Meet the Invest NEL Team”: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/meet-the-invest-nel-team-tickets-897421801767

If you can’t make the session, you can always visit the new-look InvestNEL website at www.InvestNEL.co.uk and explore the range of resources and opportunities available. You can also register your interest and sign up for the InvestNEL newsletter to receive regular updates and news – either through the website, or using https://invest.questionpro.eu.

InvestNEL is a one-stop shop for anyone looking to invest, develop or grow their business in North East Lincolnshire. It provides access to a range of information, opportunities, funding, and support services to help businesses thrive in the area.

Established in 2013 the InvestNEL website supports the promotion of North East Lincolnshire as a great place to do business and to highlight the range of support that businesses in the region can tap into.

The new-look website offers insight into the region’s key employment sectors, regeneration projects, available business support, grants, and funding opportunities. Plus, InvestNEL can help you find the right site or premises for your business, whether you are looking for office space, industrial units, or development land.

Visitors to investnel.co.uk can benefit from the newly launched Property Tool Kit, which allows businesses access to live information when searching for available development land, offices, retail space and industrial units in North East Lincolnshire. Users can save their favourite properties to create a shortlist to come back to later and send direct enquiries to owners/agents. 

Maggie Johnson, Head of Economy and Funding at the Council said: “Within the Regeneration Team at North East Lincolnshire Council our dedicated staff are at hand to support the local economy and help businesses prosper within our region. I would encourage all businesses to look at the website and reach out to our team to discuss the support available. We engage with local businesses all year round and it is through these conversations we can better understand the needs of the local business community.” 

Meanwhile, Cllr Philip Jackson, Leader of the Council, said: “North East Lincolnshire is a fantastic place to do business and there are many shining examples of businesses growing and investing here. This summer, we’ve also joined forces with local businesses and organisations to launch a major new drive to show people from around the UK the many benefits of living and working in our borough – the “Find your space” campaign. I’d encourage all businesses to take part and use the resources available!”

 ENDS

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