Grow in Redcar and Cleveland

Looking to grow your business?

Talk to us. We have built strong relationships over the years with our local business base offering advice, guidance and information to provide a clear route to growth and sustainability.

We will put together an action plan to help you overcome any issues that may be standing in the way of you realising your growth ambitions. We can then support your business in a range of areas – whether that’s through sourcing funding, exploring new markets or any other challenge you may face – working alongside carefully selected partners and networks.

There is no better time to be in business in Redcar and ClevelandSignificant developments are already underway here and are creating opportunities for all.

For further information, please contact: 

Business Engagement Team
T +44 (0) 1642 444366

Building their way to success

“Self-employment is never easy, so it has been a great help knowing that David is available to advise on the support that is available both internal within the council teams,… Learn More.

Beaming with Pride

Set up in Guisborough in 2011, this family ran business was then and remains today the only manufacturer of oak fire place beams in the north of England. Over the… Learn More.

All signs lead to success

The business was founded in Saltburn in 1978 and aside from a brief sojourn in Stokesley, has always been based in Redcar and Cleveland. It was founded by Eddie Guy… Learn More.

Business resilience at its finest

Marske Fabrication and Engineering Ltd was established by Andrew Jackson, MD in 1992 on Longbeck Trading Estate. Learn More.

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