Lee Callender from Ashby De La Zouch-based Mail Magic has been named as one of the keynote speakers at the Rushcliffe Business Showcase, taking place at the British Geological Survey in Keyworth.

Since starting the email marketing company in 2009 Lee has won a number of awards for planning and executing effective email campaigns. With the new GDPR regulations coming into force in May 2018, Lee will be sharing all you need to know to protect your business and ensure future successful email marketing.

The event takes place on Wednesday 1 November. Book via EventBrite to attend.

If you are looking to start and grow your rural business in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire over the next 18 months, register today for free events to help you secure grants worth up to £170,000 (stated as 200,000 Euros which equates to circa £170,000 at present).

Our monthly business networking meeting takes place at Escabeche in West Bridgford on Friday 6 October. The informal meeting is free to attend, just buy a drink at the bar. The networking runs from 8am to 9am and is a great opportunity to meet new business contacts and clients.

Rushcliffe Voluntary and Community Service are offering local businesses the chance to take advantage of their Employer Supported Volunteering scheme. 

Delegates to Rushcliffe Business Partnership’s Annual Showcase are set to hear about tips for digital marketing success at this year’s event on Wednesday 1 November 2017.

Ross Davies, director of Nottingham-based Strafe Creative, has been named as one of the keynote speakers at the Showcase, taking place at the British Geological Survey in Keyworth.

D2N2 have established a new ScaleUp Service to support high growth businesses with their development.

The D2N2 Growth Hub is working in partnership with experienced practitioners including the Professional Coaching Alliance to deliver a service that provides intense business support to back a limited number of enterprises that are experiencing, or planning for, rapid growth.

Inspirational athlete and military veteran Luke Wigman is the first speaker to have been confirmed for the Rushcliffe Business Partnership Annual Showcase.

Luke will be speaking on his time with the RAF in Afghanistan and the injuries which led to him later starring in the Invictus Games. He will tell delegates of the pioneering work being progressed at the new Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC) at Stanford Hall in the south of the county. The Showcase takes place at the British Geological Survey in Keyworth on November 1 and tickets are still available.

Exhibitor stands at Rushcliffe Business Partnership’s showpiece annual event are waiting to be snapped up. Having a stand at the Annual Showcase provides a great opportunity to interact with up to 250 delegates who are interested in supporting the local business community.

The Rushcliffe Business Partnership Annual Showcase 2017 takes place at the British Geological Survey in Keyworth on Wednesday 1 November.

To book an exhibitor stand please phone us on 0115 914 8270 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Our monthly business networking meeting takes place at Escabeche in West Bridgford on Friday 8 September. The informal meeting is free to attend, just buy a drink at the bar. The networking runs from 8am to 9am and is a great opportunity to meet new business contacts and clients.

Our monthly business networking meeting takes place at Escabeche in West Bridgford on Friday 4 August. The informal meeting is free to attend, just buy a drink at the bar. The networking runs from 8am to 9am and is a great opportunity to meet new business contacts and clients.

Rushcliffe Business Partnership's largest annual event takes place on Wednesday 1 November in Keyworth. This year’s event is focused on ‘Business in the Changing World’ where you will discover how your business can adapt to a volatile global environment.  

You will hear from a range of inspirational speakers on topics from digital and business growth to procurement. You will also be able to network among up to 250 delegates and liaise with more than 25 exhibitor stalls, all with similar interests in supporting the local business community.

The biggest cycle race in Britain comes to Nottinghamshire this September and businesses are being offered a number of sponsorship opportunities.

The race is the UK’s biggest free to attend sporting event and is set to see more than 1.6 million live spectators across the eight days. It is anticipated that there will be one million viewers watching the action, live and highlights, each day on ITV4.

Wednesday 6 September will see 120 of the world’s top cyclists racing a 175-kilometre stage from Mansfield to Newark-on-Trent. The route will take in Eastwood, Hucknall, Gedling and the grounds of Newstead Abbey and the centre of Southwell.

More information available from Visit Nottinghamshire.

 

The Government has announced the cancelling of the Midland Main Line electrification for our area, in favour of providing ‘bi-modal’ trains.  View the Government announcement. If you feel your business is likely to be affected by this decision you can contact the Nottinghamshire County Council This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for them to liaise on your behalf with the Secretary of State. At the same time, the Government has launched a consultation on the East Midlands Trains franchise. The consultation runs until October 2017.

Rushcliffe Borough Council is currently collecting responses for an employability survey, asking businesses for their perspective of work readiness of young people and work experience. You can fill out the short survey via this Survey Monkey link.

Our monthly business networking meeting takes place at Escabeche in West Bridgford on Friday 7 July. The informal meeting is free to attend, just buy a drink at the bar. The networking runs from 8am to 9am and is a great opportunity to meet new business contacts and clients.

New levels of membership have been announced for Rushcliffe Business Partnership allowing businesses to raise their profile in the local business community.

The free (silver) entry-level option still remains for all organisations allowing individuals to network and connect as before but now there are gold and platinum packages available.

A China (Zhejiang) and UK (Nottinghamshire) Trade and Investment Symposium is set to take place on Monday 26 June 2017, 9am to 2pm, at the Nottingham Conference Centre.

The Careers and Enterprise Company are hosting a Nottinghamshire Roadshow on Wednesday 28 June at the Rushcliffe Arena in West Bridgford.

The event aims to bring businesses and education together, providing a wide range of information for businesses about this sector and will showcase the best practices in partnerships between business and schools.

For further information and to book, visit Eventbrite.

Our monthly business networking meeting takes place at Escabeche in West Bridgford on Friday 2 June. The informal meeting is free to attend, just buy a drink at the bar. The networking runs from 8am to 9am and is a great opportunity to meet new business contacts and clients.

Postgraduate Placements Nottingham (PPN) are looking for businesses in Rushcliffe to place their students, bringing fresh thinking, expertise and specific project skills to the business.

The University of Nottingham, through PPN, offers: