Free and confidential community-based enterprise support service for anyone who is considering becoming self-employed, or growing an existing small business or social enterprise.
Updated: 15:50 Monday 14 September - information changing regularly so do check with the business direct.
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Bank of Scotland House, Union Street, Coupar Angus, PH13 9AE
Owner/Manager: Jackie Brierton (CEO)
Opening Times: Opening:
Starting Up? Trading? Growing?
GrowBiz is based in rural Scotland and provides a community-based enterprise support service for anyone who is considering becoming self-employed or growing an existing small business or social enterprise. This is regardless of age or experience – we work with a wide range of people all backgrounds and sectors. Services are free and confidential, and include 1-1 meetings, peer support, learning sessions, mentoring, training and networking opportunities.We’ve worked with more than 1,000 rural businesses in the last three years, helping them to connect and collaborate. You can read some of our case studies on the Stories page of our website.
Our vision is to create and support a vibrant and sustainable rural economy in Scotland. l Development: Europe investing in rural areas. For more on LEADER go to www.pkleader.org
GrowBiz has increased its support for rural enterprises in Scotland during the Covid-19 crisis, by offering more phone and online advice sessions, and a range of online learning and networking opportunities. These are open to any small or micro-business, or social enterprise, across rural Scotland. Our aim is to help anyone who is self-employed or running a rural business to get through the next few months. We can help you think through alternative strategies and different ways to reach your markets.
RURAL ENTERPRISE DIRECTORY SCOTLAND
More than ever, rural businesses need access to flexible grants and GrowBiz has launched the REDS initiative to generate funding and develop a much-needed rural enterprise directory. Please support our Crowdfunder campaign here.
If you would like to register interest in joining our directory of Scotland's rural enterprises then please see our short form here.
And if you just need someone to talk to, get in touch and we’ll arrange for one of our friendly team to call you.