If you’re looking to set up a new B2B business and would like some practical one to one advice, give the BIC a ring on 01782 333798 – I’m sure we can help with IT, Finance, Marketing advice etc… An hour of our time could save you a lot of time and expense.
Understanding markets and customers, who will buy from you and why. Marketing tools & tac- tics. How to minimise risks, avoid product recalls and produce successful launches. Includes useful templates,
How to get your innovation to market !
Innovation – the successful exploitation of a new idea
Employing a new staff member?
The Small Business Grant programme has been set up to encourage companies to develop their businesses and to create sustainable employment.
This grant which is on a 33% contribution towards your overall employment creation project can be used for Capital or Revenue expenditure
equipment • professional fees • marketing • intellectual property rights • training • product development etc… (will not cover salary costs)
You may be eligible to apply if you are:
- Creating a permanent Job as a new start up business or a small and medium sized enterprise
- Ineligible to apply for other grant funding
- Based in or relocating to Stoke on Trent or Staffordshire
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Since the launch of the BIC’s new round of funding in April this year, acquired to help local businesses employ external Specialist Advice, the BIC has already awarded funding to thirty six companies in Staffordshire.
The funds have been used to pay for advice on strategic marketing; new product development; financial advice; specialist IT support; costs for the expansion of manufacturing production facilities and solicitor fees to draw up specialist licensing agreements for an innovative new product.
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