Find out how you can access free support from both the Tees Valley Innovation Accelerator (TIA) project and the Materials Integrity Technology Transfer (MITT) project at the Redcar and Cleveland Business Growth Surgery on 12 October 2022.
Dyllan Phipps and James Kern from TWI will both be at the event, which takes place from 9:30-13:00 BST, and available to discuss how these initiatives could help you.
The free event has been designed to assist those looking to grow or start up a business within the borough, with one-to-one appointments available on the day.
The Business Growth Surgery will offer funding opportunities and financial advice, apprenticeships and skills training, supply chain development, coaching and mentoring, exporting advice, as well as information on winning business in the public sector, business start-up support and innovation, technologies and efficiency savings;
Dyllan and James will available to discuss how the TIA can provide support for SMEs in the Tees Valley region to secure funding as well as business guidance, prototyping services and more as well as how the MITT project provides free access to globally respected, authoritative and impartial expert advice, knowhow and safety assurance through engineering, materials and joining technologies.
You can find out more and register for this event here.
Tees Valley Innovation Accelerator (TIA) is funded by the European Regional Development Fund in the Northern Powerhouse Region
The Materials Integrity Technology Transfer (MITT) project is part of the Tees Valley Centre for Materials Integrity Programme, which is part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020) and Tees Valley Combined Authority.
By TWI Ltd