Our next South Humberside event

Wednesday 7th November

San Pietro, Scunthorpe - Main Event 12:00 - 2:00- North Lincolnshire


Time - 10am Registration, 10:30am start

Presenter - Mark Wilcockson - British Business Bank & Laura Barley - Humber LEP

Topic - The Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund & Business Support from the LEP

MARK WILCOCKSON - Senior Relationship Manager British Business Bank.

Mark is the British Business Bank Relationship Manager for Yorkshire Humberside and the Tees Valley. His responsibilities include raising the awareness of alternative sources of Finance and for ensuring the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund is delivered across the Region. Working alongside the Fund Managers his key role is to ensure the fund is promoted and understood and that businesses access the funding to allow them to grow and achieve their ambitions. Marks presentation will cover a range of the British Business Bank?s schemes including the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund and most importantly how you can access these important funding scheme, to help your business grow.

The BRITISH BUSINESS BANK ? unlocking Finance for Smaller businesses
The British Business Bank is a government-owned financial institution. It drives economic growth by making finance markets work better for smaller businesses in the UK, allowing those businesses to prosper and grow.

Laura will be discussing the range of business support programmes that are available, with a particular focus on those that are being delivered through our Growth Hub and by the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership.


Members - £29.95 - Book Here

Non Members - £34.95 - Book Here


Come and join us at


Wednesday 7th November

San Pietro, Scunthorpe - Main Event 12:00 - 2:00

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Will Kintish

""If you've been going to networking events as long as I have you will have done them all. Ones where it's just you and a woman who does aromatherapy for cats and that one where half an hour in you start to wonder if you've accidentally joined some sort of cult. You know the one where people are deliberately breaking their own toilets just so they have got a referral to give to the plumber. Anyway 10 years ago we went to our first Business Network and we haven't bothered with anything else since. Above all its enjoyable and you meet great people. Out of that business relationships and even friendships grow. The culture is very much ?how can I help? rather than ?what's in it for me ?. So all the right ingredients are in place for you to grow your network of contacts and grow your business. And it works""

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