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Are you an SME leader based in Lancashire who is looking to develop and grow your business?

Join the funded Boost Peer Networks programme which will help you overcome business challenges, learn and build a trusted network.

Peer Networks is a national peer-to-peer networking programme for SME leaders that want to grow and develop their organisation.

Delivered in Lancashire by Boost, we create diverse cohort groups of individuals to collaboratively work through common business issues.

The funded service includes interactive action learning, trained facilitators, small groups, flexible topic selection and one to one coaching.

Peer Networks is funded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) in response to a commitment made in the 2019 Business Productivity Review.

Peer Networks will take place from September 2021 – March 2022 and follows a successful Peer Networks pilot programme which ran from October 2020 – March 2021.

Boost has chosen 18 private sector delivery partners who will work with us to facilitate 35 Peer Networks cohorts.

The 18 organisations we have chosen to deliver Peer Networks in Lancashire are below:

  • Asesoria Group
  • Biz Smarts
  • Business Information Group
  • Community & Business Partners CIC
  • Elementas
  • Essentialise
  • The Growing Club CIC
  • Growth Lancashire
  • IBD Business Advice Group
  • Marketing Lancashire
  • North West Aerospace Alliance
  • North & Western Lancashire Chamber of Commerce
  • Northern Automotive Alliance
  • Northern Power Women
  • Scale-Ability
  • Shout Network
  • Vedas Recruitment and Training
  • Winning Pitch

The programme is available to any SME business that has:

Operated for at least one year

At least five employees

A turnover of at least £100,000

An aspiration to improve

If you would like to find out more information about one of our current Peer Network programmes, please call the Boost Relationship Management team

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