Cleator Moor hub is open for business
Published at 11:18, Friday, 07 February 2014
A NEW hub has opened in Cleator Moor to help get budding businessmen and women started.
By Mark White
The hub offers free internet access, office space and meeting rooms for clients, advisers and businesses.
Last Friday marked the official opening of the Cumbria Business Growth Hub and Rural Growth Network’s Cleator Moor Hub.
Copeland MP Jamie Reed cut the red ribbon to signify the official opening of the hub.
Michelle Torrance, Cleator Moor Hub co-ordinator, said: “We are delighted to be able to offer this in our local area and would like to invite all businesses to call in to the hub to find out what we are all about, with no obligations.
“As well as providing professional advice and access to a valuable funding tool, we can provide a full range of office facilities.
“In particular, our modern meeting room is ideal for any business meeting or to carry out staff training sessions.
“The service is fully operational and ready for business and we are fully funded so there are no catches or hidden charges.
“Our only goal is to help you start up or grow your business.”
Sharron Rourke, Rural Growth manager, said: “We are really pleased to see the hubs opening throughout the county and bringing the Rural Growth network to life.
“The hubs are an essential part of the wider Rural Growth Network and will be utilised as a resource for businesses in their local area and also as a hub for delivering the huge range of wider RGN support to rural businesses.”
Cumbria Business Growth Hub and Rural Growth Network is delivered by a group of partners – including Cumbria Chamber of Commerce and Cumbria County Council.
Cleator Moor Growth Hub is situated at Phoenix Court, Cragg Road, behind the market square, and is open every weekday between 9am and 4.30pm.
The facilities at Cleator Moor can be booked by calling 01946 328331.
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