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EPISODE 5: FUNDING LIFELINE - HOW AND WHERE TO REACH OUT
In a particularly challenging year for many businesses, access to guidance and support has been vital. There is help out there, but it’s not always easy to know where to look.
The latest episode of the Essex Business Podcast aims to unravel the maze and demystify the procedures standing in the way of receiving what could be lifeblood to a business's future. Advisers who specialise in grant-funding offer practical advice on the many routes and opportunities open to businesses and we hear from a company who has benefited from some of the advice on offer.
EPISODE 2: LESSONS FROM LOCKDOWN - HOW BUSINESSES HAVE SURVIVED AND THRIVED
As we learn to adjust to the changes in our working lives, we speak to three business people about how their businesses have adapted.
EPISODE 3: ECONOMIC UPDATE AND PERSPECTIVES ON THE PROPERTY MARKET
Experts from the housing and commercial property markets give their perspectives on the past six months, and we discuss the economic impact of the pandemic, and which factors will influence its recovery.
EPISODE 4: 2020 – A GAME CHANGING YEAR FOR EMPLOYEE OWNERSHIP
When a business-person wants to sell their company, there are many ways that this can be done. One of these is by forming an Employee Ownership Trust. Interest in EOT’s is thriving and the number of Employee Owned businesses in the UK is growing at an annual rate of ten per cent.
Joe Denham, CEO, VegTrug
Stephen Wright, Owner, Blue Strawberry Bistrot
Peter Richardson, Publishing Editor, Business Time in Essex
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