Building a successful business is not just about putting in the hours; it’s about finding more profitable customers, entering new markets, managing change, finding and keeping the right resources in place, taking risks at the right time and keeping a close eye on the money. We know, we’ve been there! But getting access to high quality expertise to navigate these areas can be costly.

That’s why businesses can register for fully funded* support from GetSet for Growth >>

Think of GetSet for Growth as adding world-class resources to your company at zero cost*. Our finance and marketing experts offer successful applicants invaluable commercial insights and direction, drawn from first hand experience, to save you money and time.

Whether your business is micro or multimillion, we can help you create or strengthen your marketing strategies in order to generate more money from more customers and work with you to secure finance to support your goals.

We are as ambitious as you are and, thanks to a range of funding partners, we’re here to make as big an impact as we can – for you, your business and the wider community.

*All masterclasses and workshops, plus an initial 1:1 session with a GetSet advisor, are fully funded at no cost to participants, upon completion of GetSet’s enrolment forms. Selected clients will be invited to receive further 1:1 sessions, subject to the payment of a one-off £60 inc VAT administration fee. Administration fee not applicable to London clients.

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WHAT OUR PARTNERS SAY

  • "Making referrals has been quick and easy and our customers have been encouraged that this support is available for SME businesses in the current climate."

    Margaret Kelly, Senior Local Business Manager, Lloyds Retail Banking
  • "GetSet host interesting and valuable events which our clients and contacts have attended and benefitted from."

    Christian Wilson, Partner, Stephen Scown LLP
  • I know that sending companies to GetSet means they'll be in a safe pair of hands in tackling the business challenges faced.

    Mark Hartley

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