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What is Propel2Grow?

It’s a £2 million European project offering funding and support to Lancashire SMEs, including start-up businesses, to enable them to achieve their growth plans over the next one-three years (and beyond).

With over 55% of start-up businesses not surviving beyond the first five years, this is a fantastic opportunity for these businesses not to become a statistic.

Access to this limited funding will be allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis, so don’t delay, contact us now to discuss how Propel 2 Grow can facilitate your company’s growth plans.

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Stage One - Research & Diagnostic

Research & Diagnostic

Upskill the competencies of your management team & key operational staff

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Stage Two – Tailored Package of Growth Support

Tailored Package of Growth Support

Up to 50% funding is available to all Stage Two participants

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Other Benefits of Propel2Grow could save you £100's

Other Benefits of Propel2Grow

Recruitment Services, Resource Tools, Networking Workshops, at no cost

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How to Start YOUR Growth Conversation

YOUR Growth Conversation

To discuss your businesses growth plans, get in touch with our team…

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