Cumbria Chamber of Commerce has for the past seven years run the BSUS (Business Start-Up Support) project for Cumbria.
We now require delivery of our three day start-up course in Barrow, Carlisle, Kendal, Penrith & Workington/Whitehaven looking at an April 2019 start for the next three years.
This course will operate as part of the wider start-up project, supporting start-up activity throughout Cumbria for new and young businesses in their first three years of trading.
The BSUS programme is delivered by Cumbria Chamber of Commerce with funding anticipated from Allerdale Borough Council, Carlisle City Council, Copeland Borough Council, Eden District Council, South Lakeland District Council and the European Regional Development Fund.
If you would be interested in reading the full tender and requirements please click here
Submissions should be sent to Lesley Robinson firstname.lastname@example.org marked ‘Confidential – Tender Enclosed’ to reach us by no later than 9am on Monday 25th March 2019.
Download the tender overview here
Download the tender brief here
Questions & Clarifications
Q: May I please clarify that:
- bi-monthly means once every two months (i.e. eighteen workshops over three years) and not the rare, but possible meaning of twice a month; and
- contact details for referees, rather than references, are required at this stage.
A: Yes bi-monthly is every 2 months and contact details for referees please rather than full references.