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Business Support events for local businesses

Welcome to the latest edition of business news from the Dorset Councils Partnership. This e-newsletter aims to keep you up to date with local and national information and initiatives to support local businesses and to encourage economic growth, in an easy-to-read format. Below is the latest information on key initiatives and at the foot of the page there are ‘click throughs’ to ongoing work in support of economic growth.

 


 
North Dorset Business Day - 17th November, Sturminster Newton

This event offers the opportunity for businesses to present and promote their products and services connecting with other business professionals in the area.

This event ran last year and was attended by 50+ businesses and 200+ business people. Features of the event include; exhibitions, workshops & networking. This event is FREE and open to all businesses and business people across the South West Region.

Inspirational workshops will be running from 10.30am – 12.30pm, including;  access to alternative finance, making social media work for you & springboard to growth.

If you wish to attend, register here.

 
Portland Business Day – 16th November
  • Do you run a business on Portland?
  • Are you looking to expand or have other development ideas in mind?
  • Could you do with support or advice to help to grow your company?
The Portland Economic Vision Board, supported by Dorset Councils’ Partnership and the Dorset Growth Hub, is holding a key business event right here on Portland, kindly hosted by the Weymouth & Portland National Sailing Academy.

This is a great opportunity to learn about support and funding that could be available, whilst also networking with other local businesses. Drop-in sessions will be available on the day for appointments with the above representatives and these are bookable on this page.

 

Business Start-up course in Dorchester - designed to help you succeed! 22nd & 23rd November

When you’re starting in business it’s important that you get the essentials right. This comprehensive, two day course provides information and guidance to help deal with the key issues that are going to be fundamental to the performance and success of your business. They are delivered by experienced Business Advisers – real business people who will give you the opportunity to ask questions and invite discussion.

The course is aimed at people planning on starting a business or those who have recently started in the last year, and are based in West Dorset, North Dorset, Weymouth and Portland. To register, click here.


 

Reshaping your councils consultation – final few days to give your views

There are a few days left to give your views on the proposals for local government reorganisation in Dorset. If you haven’t done so already, please take ten minutes to complete the questionnaire on behalf of your organisation.

Compared to the government funding received in 2010/2011, the nine councils in Dorset now receive £142 million less each year towards running local services, with more cuts expected in the future, so we need to make further savings.

The response to this is to re-think the way councils are structured in the future, as a way of reducing administrative and central costs and so protecting services from even greater cuts beyond 2019.

To this end, Dorset’s nine councils are considering reducing the number of local authorities from nine to two. Dorset’s residents, local businesses, town and parish councils, public sector and voluntary, community and other organisations are being consulted on these proposals.

The consultation questionnaire, is available here paper copies are also available in local libraries.

For further information please visit reshapingyourcouncils.uk.

The consultation closes on Tuesday 25 October 2016.

For the latest on Dorset-wide initiatives in support of economic growth visit:

Dorset Business Mentoring  Dorset LEP  Business Support  Visit Dorset Trade







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