Noah’s ART, an innovative animal-assisted therapeutic service based in Dukinfield, are excited to announce an Open Day on 28th April 2018, 12-3pm at Loxley House, after being granted funding to help make our café a permanent fixture in Tameside.
For nearly four years, Noah’s ART have been delivering animal-assisted activities in care homes, mental health units and community groups. This type of therapy has be... [continue reading ...]
Tameside Businesses are being urged not to miss out on the final few months of the Business Growth Hub's fully funded Executive Development Programme.
The EDP aims to support the growth of local SMEs by helping development their leadership and management skills, helping them to develop strategic plans and new management options.
The remaining workshops are:
Management and Leadership Development Programme – Cohort 4.... [continue reading ...]
Tameside Digital and Tech businesses are being urged not to miss the deadline to enter the 2018 Big Chip Awards.
The Award aim to showcase what’s best in digital and tech in the North, are run by the industry, for the industry - and not for profit. Over the last 20 years they have consistently promoted a wide view of digital-tech, evolving as the industry has grown and matured.
Year on year it has been demonstrated t... [continue reading ...]
Tameside based SME manufacturers are now able to access a new grant, that can be used to fund a range of projects within their business.
The grant is for up to 30% of the cost of a @£10,000 - £15,000 project which would improve:
Sales and Marketing
Example projects funded so far include:
Consultancy on quality systems to help a food manufacturer work towards Briti... [continue reading ...]
BBSP (Building Business Skills for Parents) has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for its next phase of training delivery.
BBSP successfully tested a shared approach to business skills training in autumn last year, and is now gearing up to return with another business skills course in May and June.
Topics the project hopes to cover include business planning, financial management, marketing, social media, confidence and... [continue reading ...]
Following the devastating fire that ripped through Ray Mill at the weekend, several local companies are now looking for space to be able to carry on trading.
Tameside Council are appealing for Landlords and Agents who may have units on the market, or that may be about to become available, to get in touch to discuss what is needed.
If you have space between 600 and 5000 sq. ft. or @25,000 sq. ft., that a business may be a... [continue reading ...]
The Tameside HACK coding competition took place this week at Tameside College’s cutting-edge Advanced Technologies Centre in Ashton-under-Lyne.
The event, organised in partnership by Tameside Council and Tameside College, saw forty Tameside young people creating apps, chatbots, websites, pieces of software and innovative uses for industry-leading technology.
It has been a fantastic two-days of digital skills learning ... [continue reading ...]
On Friday 9th February, The Worshipful the Civic Mayor of Tameside, Councillor Joyce Bowerman and her Consort, Mr Fred Bowerman, were the guests of honour at TP Group Engineering’s Open Day, at their 4000sqm integrated design and manufacturing facility in Dukinfield.
TP Group Engineering, who can trace their origins back to Middleton in 1938, were celebrating a £1.5m investment to up-fit the Dukinfield site, which ... [continue reading ...]