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Business Information Officers to continue supporting Sheffield for another year

Information Officers who provided much-needed support to businesses across Sheffield during the pandemic are set to continue their work for another year.

The officers are highly experienced business people with expertise in finance, hospitality, retail and more.

Since their introduction in 2020, they have offered advice and guidance to local businesses to help them recover from Covid as well as look towards the future and growing their businesses.

And their work isn’t over as Sheffield City Council has committed to funding their posts through the Economic Recovery Fund for another year, until March 2023.

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