Norfolk businesses pull together to offer support packages
In a time where businesses are being hit with immense disruption, uncertainty and financial challenges the Norfolk business community is coming together stronger than ever.
Yesterday I put a call out on LinkedIn (24 March) looking for businesses who were offering support to fellow Norfolk businesses and I was met with a huge response. Businesses of all shapes and sizes offering their services and expertise to help others through this difficult period.
If you have anything you would like to add, please get in touch.
Hethel Innovation are offering free business support around a number of topics:
- Business plan reviews
- Marketing reviews
- Finding relevant funding
- Research for product development
- Diversifying your offering
- Ideation chats
- Conversations around survivability
- Customer segmentation
01953 859100 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Akcela Ltd are offering two days of consultancy to any SME that is struggling and needs support. Find out more here.
WLP have been supporting SME businesses in Norfolk and East Anglia for over 25 years, throughout the ups and downs. We’re offering free advice and support, or just someone to talk to about your business and the problems you’re facing. Enquiry@w-l-p.co.uk or 01953 882141.
The Armoury Agency are offering free advice and guidance to local retailers or food & drink producer that needs ecommerce / customer acquisition advice. Find out more.
Max Computer Support are offering free IT support to anybody working from home who doesn’t have any outsourced IT support. email@example.com / 07818 410082
Media in a Box are offering all small businesses a 20% discount off all website and e-commerce development, Search Engine Optimisation and Social Media management. As well as free website health checks for all businesses. https://www.mediainabox.co.uk/
JDC Corporate Finance Director Chris Adlam is offering free telephone advice and support to local businesses. https://www.jdccorporatefinance.co.uk/news/support-helplines-covid-19/