Norfolk firms invited to learn more about professional advice grants

Kevin Horne, NWES chief executive, at Rouen House in Norwich. Photo: Bill Smith

Kevin Horne, NWES chief executive, at Rouen House in Norwich. Photo: Bill Smith

Small firms are being urged to tap into a funding pool to help pay for business advice.

Norwich-based enterprise agency Nwes is holding a taster day to raise awareness about the government's Growth Voucher scheme.

Launched earlier this year, the initiative helps small businesses access up to £2,000 to cover half the costs when paying for professional advice in areas such as finance and cash flow, digital technology, management skills, and sales and marketing.

The event is being held at the Pearce Rooms, Assembly House, Norwich, from 5pm to 7.30pm on Tuesday.

Kevin Horne, Nwes chief executive, said: 'We believe that good quality, professional advice is vital in helping businesses across the UK to grow.


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'I'd encourage small businesses in the Norwich area to attend the Growth Vouchers event and find out how strategic advice can benefit them and how the programme can help cover the cost.'

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