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Gain support for your business through the 'Know More. Grow More. How to Hire.’ programme

Early stage SMEs/micro SMEs looking to take their first steps in hiring a graduate can receive fully funded and specialist advice via the ‘Know More. Grow More. How to Hire.’ programme, designed to equip businesses with the expert advice and guidance to help shape recruitment and HR practices.

The programme, part of the Northumbria Enterprise & Business Support (NEBS) scheme, aims to support the growth and development of trading SMEs within Tyne & Wear and Northumberland. This excellent package of support is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).Siddesh Iyer

‘Know More’ consists of 12 hours of workshops and mentoring from highly skilled and successful business practitioners. The programme is open to businesses located in Tyne & Wear or Northumberland that have been trading for at least 12 months.

Northumbria graduate Siddesh Iyer, Founder and CEO of SportFin, a previous participant of the 'Know More' programme talks about the key benefits to his organisation:

“The business support programme from Northumbria University has had a big impact on various areas of our business, particularly on how we hire and manage our people. It has helped us put processes into place to make SportFin an inclusive and engaging organisation to work in.”

The next intake of this fully funded programme begins in February, register your interest today.

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