Saturday, May 28, 2022

Last chance to book onto the Business Lincolnshire Creative Catalyst workshops with Rebecca Stockdale

Six local businesses are invited to attend a new workshop focusing on using creative techniques to help solve some of the key challenges they may be facing.

This three-session workshop starts on Tuesday 17th May and aims to give Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland’s more traditional businesses a place to develop and realise their creative potential. The workshop will be led by Rebecca Stockdale, who has years of experience in driving growth within businesses of all sizes and sectors.

During the course of the workshop, businesses will learn how to apply creative techniques to identify new opportunities for exploration, gain a deeper understanding of how they can refine their current products and services, learn how to diversify with new offerings for customers, as well as developing new skills and techniques to engage with clients to understand their wants and needs.

Cllr Colin Davie, executive councillor for economy at Lincolnshire County Council, said: “We are really excited to be able to offer this unique opportunity to six of our local businesses. Rebecca is passionate about helping businesses to grow, and we know that anyone who signs up for the workshop will benefit massively from her skills and experience.

“This is something new for us at Business Lincolnshire and we hope to see it succeed. We’re always looking to offer our businesses something different, new and innovative, bringing fresh ideas to the table, and we feel this does just that. We can’t wait to see how this workshop inspires these businesses.”

The Creative Catalyst series will launch on Tuesday, 17th May. Find out more about it on the Business Lincolnshire website here:

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