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As the local enterprise partnership for Oxfordshire, we have a track record of supporting businesses to reach their ambitions through a variety of programmes, funding opportunities and even convening networks of businesses from right across the county.
Over the past year – and in-light of COVID-19 and Brexit – our role has become even more pivotal. Since the start of the pandemic, we have introduced a number of new and effective programmes and funds, created to provide critical support.
Moving forward, we are determined to play a key role in ensuring that the county’s businesses are able to run as efficiently as possible and remain productive both during the pandemic and beyond. We want to ensure that we are supporting AS MANY Oxfordshire businesses as possible.
With this in mind, if you haven’t engaged with OxLEP Business previously, or have perhaps heard of us but aren’t quite sure as to the type of support that we could offer your business, then this event is absolutely for you.
So, you may have recently launched a new business and are unsure as to what the next steps should be to help grow it. Perhaps your long-term business has suffered because of COVID-19 and you now need some guidance to help reset it, or you could have a brilliant and innovative business idea that needs further support to bring to that thought to reality.
If any of these are the case, sign-up to our ‘New to OxLEP Business’ breakfast webinar.
Here, we will introduce you to our range of business support programmes and products, including details of a brand-new peer networks programme – a second programme of its type that we have created in the past 12 months, launched off the back of a successful first peer networks programme that provided support to over 150 businesses from right across Oxfordshire.
This ‘New to OxLEP Business’ event will be hosted by broadcaster Howard Bentham.
We look forward to seeing you!
EnSpire Oxford is a University of Oxford initiative to help connect people to the entrepreneurship resources they need, and to promote entrepreneurship across Oxfordshire.
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