Hambleton businesses are being offered free one to one advice through a new initiative from the District Council.
The first surgery hosted by Business and Economy Officer, Julie Hutton, will take place In Stokesley next month.
She will be based at the Springboard Business Centre on December 7 from 8.30 to 11.30am.
The sessions are ideal whether starting a business or needing help developing a company.
She has access to contacts, ideas to help move businesses forward and a wealth of general business support.
“Our businesses are really important to us and we want to support them all – whether they are just starting up or developing” said Deputy Leader of the Council, Councillor Peter Wilkinson.
“The Business and Economy Team is local and ready to assist. These business surgeries are being held in each of our market towns over the coming months and aim to provide support just around the corner,
“The results of a review of our industrial estates showed that business surgeries are wanted – having business advice nearby is important to local companies and we are happy to provide it.”
Whether you want ten minutes or half an hour with Julie simply book at slot by contacting her on: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01609 767186
The next surgery is in Thirsk on January 19, 2017