Business Centres run by East Lindsey District Council have more start up businesses this year than ever before.
The Business Centres in Louth, Mablethorpe and Skegness provide a platform for businesses with cost effective accommodation and team of support staff to help with administration services.
In addition to becoming a home to businesses, the centres also offer a ‘virtual office support service’ to 23 other businesses.
This includes the use of a temporary office to have meetings in and an address to have letters sent to when businesses are at the very early stages of starting up.
Coun Craig Leyland, Portfolio Holder for Economic Development, said: “Business Centres are about us helping businesses to develop to achieve their aspirations. We need businesses in East Lindsey to grow and create new jobs in the community for the benefit of our economy. Through our Business Centres we are seeing many great success stories.”
As well as business centre support, the Council has provided further guidance and advice to over 400 businesses, which have aspirations to grow and develop.
Businesses requiring support can contact the Economic Development team at East Lindsey District Council on 01507 601111.
Have you been helped by the centres? Call us on 01507 353200 or email email@example.com