Saturday, February 24, 2018

Looking to launch your own business? Looking for business and financial support?

A series of drop in sessions are being held throughout the borough to provide you with the support you may require to take your first step into business.

The next set of drop-in surgeries will be held from 10am - 12 noon at:

2nd February - Brynmawr Library 9th February - Cwm Library 16th February - Ebbw Vale Library 23rd February - Tredegar Library 1st March - Abertillery Library 9th March - Blaina Library 16th March - Brynmawr Library 23rd March - Cwm Library 27th March - Ebbw Vale Library 6th April - Tredegar Library 13th April - Abertillery Library 20th April - Blaina Library

Sarah Jeremiah, Business Development Officer; will be available to discuss the various business support and funding options available through the BG Effect Business Fund and other support schemes administered by the Economic Development Unit in Blaenau Gwent.

Alternatively you can contact the Economic Development Team on 01495 355700 or email

Source: (Thu Feb 1st 2018)

Leanne Hughes
Leanne Hughes
Local News & Events, Welsh Politics
Caerphilly & Merthyr Tydfil

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