Help to Grow: Management- Micro-Fresh®
9th June 2021
Micro-Fresh® are proud to be an advisor to the UK Government on the Government Help to Grow scheme. Our CEO, Byron Dixon OBE is delighted to be representing SME's on the Expert Advisory Council.
Micro-Fresh® is a global anti-bacterial brand which founder, Byron Dixon started over 15 years ago. Today, the brand is used to add value to products, used by over 50 retailers internationally.
Through the Government Help to Grow Scheme, business leaders aim to advise, upscale and grow SMEs in the UK.
The Government help to Grow scheme will support small businesses to develop their strategic skills with modules covering innovation, financial management and digital adoption.
Who is eligible?
UK businesses in any sector.
Your business has been operating for over 1 year.
Your business needs to have between 5 to 249 employees.
Participant should be a decision maker or a member of the senior management team.
Sign up now
The government’s new Help to Grow: Management programme offers the chance to take your business to the next level.
Join other senior business leaders in a practical management training programme, with 1-1 mentorship, delivered across the UK by leading business schools accredited by the Small Business Charter.
The 12-week programme costs just £750 and is 90% subsidised by the government as part of its Plan for Jobs to help businesses to drive growth and create jobs. It is aimed at senior leaders of small and medium businesses.
Designed to be manageable alongside full-time work, there are a wide range of modules available, including financial management, strategies for growth and innovation, leading high-performance teams, and approaches to digital adoption.
By the end of the programme, you will develop a tailored business growth plan to help lead your business to its full potential, and have access to an extensive alumni network.
Register your interest now at https://helptogrow.campaign.gov.uk/ to the programme open in June.
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