Unlock the potential of your business

Cumbria Business Growth Hub aims to help your business unleash its potential with free business support for growth.

A focal point for businesses looking to increase their competitiveness and grow, it offers a great choice of advice, training networking and more, all tailored to your needs.

If you’re a business in Cumbria with aspirations to grow – then we want to hear from you!

If you can’t find what you’re looking for call us FREE on 0844 257 8450 or email info@cumbriagrowthhub.co.uk

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Supporting Success

Skills, Funding, Apprenticeships, Support, Advice

Supporting Success

Take a look at our recent brochure: Supporting Success which features articles and case studies across the range of Growth Hub projects and initiatives.

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Tweddle Engineering
09 Jul, 2019

Game changing advice

Derek Tweddle’s lifelong passion for finding engineering solutions has enabled him to build a multi-million pound, award-winning business ...

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Family Business Placement Scheme

If you are a small or medium sized family business, then don’t miss this opportunity to spend some time in another business learning a particular topic or focusing more widely …

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Sara Fabre

My MEDiA

Sara Fabre runs a digital media consultancy aimed at small businesses and start-ups ...

Is your business digitally savvy? Our consultancy scheme offers a 40% grant of up to £4000 towards working with a specialist on a variety of areas including Cyber Essentials, online media or help with implementing cloud-based solutions. Find out more at cumbriagrowthhub.co.uk/digital-twitter pic.twitter.com/PH6ejhL65w

GSK is funding a new £0.5m grant scheme to help soften the impact of job losses at its Ulverston site. If you’re a small or medium sized business our Growth Hub advisers are available FREE of charge to support your expression of interest and application: buff.ly/2YhWS5L pic.twitter.com/i7Dyt04gFG

New data obtained by RSM under a freedom of information request has revealed that financial services firms reported 819 cyber incidents to the Financial Conduct Authority in 2018, a huge rise on the 69 incidents reported in 2017. More info at buff.ly/2Jnvi1R pic.twitter.com/zCKTabAVWB