Accessing New Business
In order to help you grow your business, we have compiled a range of resources that can support you in accessing new business through exporting, procurement supply chains, meeting potential buyers and improving your online presence.
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London & Partners’ Business Growth Programme
London & Partners' Business Growth Programme provides tailored advice and support to grow your business. It will help you overcome many challenges at different stages in your businesses' growth journey, as well as providing access to:
- Experienced and commerc
Doing Business with Government: Guide for SMEs
The Crown Commercial Service provides support for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) that are bidding for public sector contracts. The government has made changes to help SMEs bid for public sector contracts. These include requiring the entire public sector supply cha[...]
Knowing Your Market
The City Business Library subscribes to a range of specialist reports and statistics on goods and services markets in the UK and internationally. Start ups and business owners can use these resources free of charge. The library also provides database training sessions. [...]
The Department for International Trade (DIT) has set up agreements with global e-marketplaces to help UK firms sell through these e-commerce platforms. In addition, DIT has negotiated special rates for DIT clients to list their products on some of the e-commerce platforms. [...]
This three-part workshop will teach attendees how to take full advantage of the Google Analytics platform. It will cover the best ways to properly set up and manage your account, increase the quality of the data you collect, and how to use the reports to gain insights into your customers and marketi...
The Athena Network runs networking events for businesswomen is Islington. Come along to meet like-minded contacts and build long-term business partnerships. Meetings are held on the third Friday of every month....
The Department for International Trade (DIT) London and ERDF's Global Growth Programme are curating an area for British brands in partnership with Cabana Show, Miami. Cabana was set up to answer the beachwear industry's call for a new trade show format. Successful companies will have the opportun...
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Posted by London Growth Hub on September 28th @ 1:48 pm
We last met Grub Club when they featured in the Growth Hub success story videos in 2015. At that point, they were based in a co-working space in King’s Cross, and had recently run a successful crowdfunding campaign. We revisited them over a year later at their new office in the Collective Temperance Hospital to […]Read More
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