Free workshops to help businesses increase footfall and attract custom.
As part of our Enterprising Town Centres programme, town centre business owners across North West Leicestershire can learn how to make the most out of their business at a series of free workshops.
North West Leicestershire District Council (NWLDC) is working with international retail consultancy firm Kerching! to bring various business booster sessions throughout 2018.
The founder of Kerching! Corin Birchall, speaks across Europe and the USA sharing tips and tricks on how to attract new footfall, increase average spend and create new shopping habits and behaviours among customers.
Independent shops, cafes, bars and restaurant owners from Ashby, Castle Donington, Coalville, Ibstock, Kegworth and Measham town centres are being encouraged to get involved and sign up for free.
For further information please contact the Business Focus Team on email@example.com call 01530 454609.
Are You A Wise Woman?
Do You Dream Of Working For Yourself?
If YES, WISE IS THE PROGRAMME FOR YOU!
WISE is a FREE Business start up programme for Women!
Offering 121 support, workshops and funding opportunities to help and support the creation of new enterprises.
This programme offers an opportunity to apply for up to £500 grant funding from NWLDC to kick-start your self- employment journey.
For more information call 01530 234198 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Corporate membership is a scheme that offers businesses the opportunity to offer their employees discounted leisure centre activity prices
Further information is available from the corperate membership section of the councils website, or by emailing email@example.com
If cancellation notices are not given for contracts made in the home, the consumer may not have to pay and businesses may be breaking the law. We can advise on the rules.
further advice is available on the Trading Standards section of Leicestershire County Council's Website, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Advice on the Fire Reform Regulations and how to comply with them is available from the Communities and local government Fire and Resilience webpage
If you require any further information please email RIST@lfrs.org
Last updated: Thu 1 August, 2019 @ 11:51