Growth help for businesses

An initiative has been launched to help Shropshire businesses look beyond lockdown.

Bridgnorth-based consultancy Good2Great is behind the new ‘Shropshire Growth Club’, which is already proving successful having held its first online seminar which includes peer support breakouts, and is now on target to reach its initial goal of 50 members. Good2Great director Johnny Themans explained that the Growth Club has been developed for county businesses that needed to re-evaluate their entire operations in light of the current crisis.

 

“There’s no doubt that many firms are facing their most challenging time at the moment and we are here to help in an affordable and supported way. Despite the economic and social disruption, this may be an opportunity for owners to put in place strategies, direction and accountability so that they can look forward beyond lockdown.”

 

All the meetings, including 1-2-1 support is held virtually and the initiative is already proving to be a success helping a range of firms throughout Shropshire to not only survive – but thrive.

 

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