As the Business Organisations representing more than 30,000 businesses (and covering two-thirds of all employees) across Greater Manchester, we note the introduction of a tiered framework for local social distancing and have come together to set out key requirements for this new approach from Government.
Businesses in the North West with ambitions of trading internationally can gain insights and inspiration from a new series of podcasts produced by GC International Trade.
Manchester City Council, together with the Growth Company, Citizens Advice Bureau and Jobcentre Plus has set up the Manchester Employment Support Partnership, to provide support and assistance to residents and employers whose jobs have been affected by COVID-19.
The Growth Company has been awarded a £7m contract to help 4,000 SMEs across Greater Manchester reskill their workforces, supporting the city region’s long-term economic recovery in response to Covid-19.
More businesses set to benefit from Kickstart following launch of tiered support offer - helping businesses of all sizes get young people into employment
The Growth Company has launched a new tiered support offer to help more businesses access and benefit from the Government’s new £2 billion Kickstart scheme – helping young people affected by the economic fallout of Covid-19 into employment
The fundamental principles of equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) are core to our values. We understand the importance of being reflective of the diversity of the communities, clients and customers we support and the advantages this brings to our business, the services we provide, and ultimately to society at large.
Are you Made for Manufacturing? The search begins for manufacturing excellence in Greater Manchester
Manufacturers in Greater Manchester are invited to apply for a high-calibre and fully-funded practical, hands-on programme that will enable them to improve quality of service and product, ensure better lead times, and reduce overall business costs.
According, to the Chancellor, 700,000 young people are leaving education this year – many of whom need support to take their next steps.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a package of support and incentives to help employers large and small to create jobs that will not only benefit their business, but also help to get young people into work and tackle the ongoing issue of youth unemployment.