Sunday, March 3, 2024

More than 30 businesses attend Market Rasen breakfast briefing

More than 30 business delegates have attended a West Lindsey District Council breakfast briefing at Market Rasen Golf Club tolerant about the latest initiatives and support packages available to them.

The council’s Director of Planning, Regeneration and Communities at West Lindsey District Council, Sally Grindrod-Smith said: “We recognise the vital role that local businesses play in driving our economy forward, and ensuring they have access to the necessary support is paramount. By fostering collaboration and providing resources, we empower our business community to thrive and contribute to the prosperity of our district.”

James Makinson-Sandars, Economic Growth Team Manager at the Council, said: “The breakfast briefing served as a valuable platform for local business to gather insight, make connections, and explore avenues for growth and development. With ongoing support and collaboration, the business community in West Lindsey is poised for further success.”

Nicky Brooksbank from The Bistro Bar and Kitchen in Market Rasen, shared her experience of receiving business support. She explained how her business had benefited and improved since engaging with the support available from Clare Bailey via West Lindsey District Council‘s bespoke business support offering.

Hayley Wallis from the Cross Keys Gastro Pub and Tearoom at Stow said: “The networking element of today’s session has been the most useful to us and I have been able to make new contacts and start to explore collaboration opportunities whilst here today.”

Liza Williams from Andy’s Hospice added: “I’ve found this morning a great opportunity to highlight the work we do. This is the first West Lindsey District Council business breakfast I have attended and I am already looking forward to the next one.”

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