Gaining Momentum: New support workshops for local digital, creative and tech businesses

Gaining Momentum: New support workshops for local digital, creative and tech businesses

Businesses in Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland can join Business Lincolnshire’s latest support programme, Momentum.

Coming in early 2023, Momentum aims to help digital businesses overcome common obstacles and take advantage of growth opportunities through collaborative thinking and innovation.

Digital, creative, and tech businesses can get help with new obstacles such as reduced client budgets and lack of available talent that are beginning to appear.

Delivered across four sessions, Momentum provides local enterprises with the opportunity to enhance their offer and boost their business offer through rapid experimentation and more.

Cllr Colin Davie, Executive Councillor for Economy at Lincolnshire County Council, said: “Businesses in these sectors are facing much uncertainty. Momentum can help them overcome stagnation, even in challenging economic climates. Held at Mosaic, Lincoln’s Co-working space for Digital Businesses, the workshops are ideal for anyone in need of a strategic overhaul to overcome obstacles within the digital, creative, and tech sectors.”

The Momentum programme will be delivered in two cohorts – the first beginning on 22 February, while the second is set to commence on 26 April. There are nine spots available on each cohort and the course is free of charge to Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland businesses registered with Business Lincolnshire.

Hosted by Sean Sankey and David Crawford of Much Clearer, these workshops encourage company leaders to develop a deeper understanding of consumer trends and barriers to sales to inform a clearer growth strategy in an unstable business climate. Sean and David have helped numerous companies gain market advantage, training SMEs in the essential skills needed to navigate challenging periods of growth.

Both Sean and David’s experience in advising and training teams on new, creative approaches to growth and problem solving has helped enterprises across the country.

The first of three sessions will be delivered in a face-to-face group workshop format hosted at Mosaic, Lincoln and will offer the opportunity for like-minded local SMEs to network and collaborate to build strategies, with two follow up group workshops being delivered online.

A final one-to-one session will allow the business and their wider team to start bringing individual ideas to life with support from a course facilitator.

More information about Momentum can be found online: www.businesslincolnshire.com/start-and-grow-my-business/grant-and-support-finder/momentum

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