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Business Support

We aim to support you whether you are starting out in business for the first time, already have an established business or are seeking to relocate to East Lindsey.

 We can provide you with access to a range of support services including:

  • Pre-start, start-up and business incubation support, advice and guidance;
  • Business development, exporting and growth support;
  • Relocation assistance;
  • Financial, marketing, resource efficiency and product innovation support;
  • Commercial property advice;
  • Access to funding opportunities;
  • Access to workforce development support; and;
  • Broadband and IT development support.


  • Welfare, Disability and Access - A Practical Support Guide for Employers: Our pdf icon Practical Support Guide [1Mb] provides you with information that will help you to support your current staff and future employees. Some people worry that starting a job or increasing working hours is not a financially viable option. In response, a number of policies have been introduced by the Government to help ease these concerns and motivate working-aged people. Economic growth is driven by a more skilled, engaged and secure workforce and offering information and support for your staff shows them that you value their wellbeing. In turn this can boost morale and motivation, improving performance and the vitality of your business.
  • Business Lincolnshire: Business Lincolnshire provides you with an introduction to the issues to consider when starting or growing a business. The resource summarises the free schemes that you may want to take advantage of, local events and networking opportunities and details of local providers of professional advice. Business Lincolnshire Growth Hub Advisors are available to support your businesses to grow - offering a free service to businesses with between 1 and 249 employees (please contact David Hawkins on 07825 426 763 or
  • H M Revenue and Customs: HMRC offer various online learning tools and information to help people thinking of going into self employment - please access HMRC's 'starting your own business' e-learning resource for more information.
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