Enterprise Kettering launch new website and free workshops to support local business
Find out more at EnterpriseKettering.co.uk
Kettering Borough Council has introduced a new website for local people looking for new opportunities to enhance their business or individual skills, through their Enterprise Kettering support service.
The new Enterprise Kettering website provides a ‘one stop shop’ for enterprise, skills, training and business opportunities from grant funding to workshops and local authority services, in one central, easy-to-use location. The website is designed to provide essential business and skills support for the local economy, signposting to the latest opportunities available.
The Council’s Enterprise Kettering service has also recently held a number of popular free workshops for local businesses, including twitter training and window dressing. Upcoming free workshops, held at The Yards and run by Kerching Retail, include:
- Digital Marketing for Retail (6th March, 10am-Noon & 12th March, 6-8pm)
- Retail Selling Skills (27th March, 10am-Noon)
To register for these courses, please email email@example.com
Enterprise Kettering is also delighted to announce that The Teenage Market will be returning to Kettering on 14th July and 1st December 2018. It’s a great opportunity for youngsters to learn first-hand business related skills, with free stalls and insurance to those aged 13-21.
You can also get the latest updates from Enterprise Kettering on Twitter by following @ENTKettering
Rob Harbour, Head of Development Services at Kettering Borough Council, said:
“Enterprise Kettering is a new economic development project to highlight the local business and enterprise support available in the Borough of Kettering. The revamped and reinvigorated service has the potential to offer so much to businesses and the local economy. If you’re looking for new opportunities to enhance your business or skills then head to EnterpriseKettering.co.uk”
Cllr Mark Dearing, Kettering Borough Council’s Portfolio Holder for Regeneration, said:
“There are a number of support services offered by Kettering Borough Council, partner agencies and growth hubs that can make a real difference to local businesses and retailers. Finding out what help is available could be the difference between a business struggling, or progressing and thriving in what are difficult times for many companies. The launch of Enterprise Kettering will make our offering clearer, easier and more accessible for the local community.”