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Business Compass Leadership & Management Programme- Provider Briefings

15th November 2018 @ 1:30 am - 3:00 pm

As a Registered Provider with NBSL we would like to invite you join us as we share the details of our brand new Funding Support programme for Tees Valley businesses.

The Business Compass Leadership and Management Programme has been designed to encourage the growth ambitions of Tees Valley SMEs by providing grant funding for Projects that can increase leadership and management capability or capacity.
• Eligible Projects – external provision of coaching, mentoring or knowledge transfer relating to any business discipline that will improve the capability and/or capacity of leaders and / or managers
• Grant Offer – up to 40% funding towards Projects costing between £2,500 and £5,000.

These Provider Briefings will cover:
• Details of the Funding offer
• Eligibility Criteria – which businesses can access the funding and which projects are deemed to be eligible
• How to access the Funding offer

Venue

Business Central Darlington
2 Union Square, Central Park
Darlington, DL1 1GL
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