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Exeter businesses invited to find out about Growth Hub opportunities

By Western Morning News  |  Posted: September 03, 2014

By Olivier Vergnault, WMN Business Editor, Twitter: @OliVergnault

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Exeter businesses are being invited to discover how the Peninsula City Deal Growth Hub can help them thrive and grow.

The Exeter Chamber September Lunch, held in partnership with GAIN, will bring together a panel of leaders from across the city and beyond to discuss what the Growth Hub can do for Exeter and East Devon businesses.

The newly established Growth Hub is one of the key initiatives of the Plymouth and South West Peninsula City Deal and aims to co-ordinate business support across the region, collecting into one place everything a business needs to know to help it succeed and grow.

Held at Sandy Park Conference Centre, the Exeter Chamber of Commerce and Industry will host a questions and answers session on how to grow your business, with key players including representatives from Exeter City Council, Exeter and East Devon Growth Point, the Innovation Centre and GAIN, Plymouth University.

Following the panel discussion, businesses will meet representatives from the University of Exeter, Exeter Business Support and UKTI as well as Exeter Chamber and the event speakers.

Two workshops will then give delegates the chance to discover how greater connectivity and internationalising your website can help their businesses.

GAIN Partnerships manager Paul Glossop will outline the new business support on offer through the Growth Hub and how the services being provided by a range of partners are being co-ordinated.

He said: “This event is an opportunity for local businesses to find out how the GAIN team and others can help them make the most of the opportunities that the Growth Hub presents.”

The event will be held on Wednesday September 10th.

For more information call 01392 431133 or book via exeterchamber.co.uk.

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