Evans Easyspace have enhanced their service offering to clients with the newly opened Business Resource Centre.
Located within Evans Business Centre Boughton, in a partnership with NE Group, Business Link, HMRC, Newark and Sherwood District Council, and jointly sponsored by Evans Easyspace, the centre will provide SMEs (both clients and non-clients) with advice and guidance on a range of topics including financial assistance, training and workshops, tax legislation, networking and commercial property.
The Business Resource Centre is anticipated to be a huge success and it is hoped that the drop in facility will be rolled out across the East Midlands.
First Rural Enterprise Centre officially open
The first opening ceremony for the Rural Enterprise Centre Network took place in Hereford earlier this month. The official opening of the £3 million centre was performed by local MP, Paul Keetch and over 40 guests attended. Mr Keetch said: “I’m delighted to have been asked to perform this opening ceremony. The centre has the potential to create around 200 jobs, which is a major contribution to the economic wellbeing of Hereford, and will play an important part in sustaining the area during the current downturn. I welcome Evans Easyspace and each of the company’s clients. I wish you every success in the future.'
Caerphilly centre will bring jobs boost
The new £4 million Evans Business Centre has been officially opened in Caerphilly with the potential to create around 230 jobs as businesses move into the premises.
Officially opened by local MP Wayne David, the centre - which offers 23 offices and 25 workshops - is proving highly popular with the local business community and is already almost a third let.