CESB - Creating Enterprise, Supporting Business

Do you need help making your business more successful?

Are you looking for help and advice to start your own business?

Have you got ideas about making a difference in your community?

Then come and talk to us!

The Burngreave Business Support team is here to help you, your business or your enterprise idea grow and prosper. We are a dedicated resource that is committed to helping individuals and businesses in Burngreave.

We can offer you a variety of help and advice that includes dedicated advice and information on:

  • Marketing

  • Finance

  • Legal issues

  • Skills analysis

  • Funding

  • Business planning

We even have grants to help get you going!

To find out how the Burngreave Business Support team can help you or your business, please contact:

Business Support Team, Forum House, 35 Spital Hill, Sheffield, S4 7LD.

Telephone: 0114 292 0462 or e-mail: businesssupport@bndfc.co.uk

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