Energy Supply Chain Roadshow hits the East of England
EEEGR (the East of England Energy Group) has launched a brand new series of events to encourage businesses to diversify and grow within the energy sector’s supply chain.
Simon Gray, EEEGR’s CEO said “This exciting new series of events gets us on the road around the region to really engage companies that want to know more about the energy sector and the rich opportunities right here on our doorstep.”
The road show will outline the expert support and mentoring available to directly help companies. The supply chain road show series is part of wider package of support available to businesses delivered by EEEGR in partnership with Nautilus Associates and part funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
EEEGR’s supply chain and business improvement programme has been specifically developed to help aspiring companies to understand their potential for and give them the tools they need to see real growth.
To deliver this programme EEEGR has teamed up with Nautilus Associates who are providing high level expert business consultancy, fully funded under the EEEGR supply chain programme. Nautilus have been in the energy sector for more than 20 years and are well placed to advise on all aspects of starting, running and growing business in the energy sector.
John Balch, Managing Director at Nautilus said “many businesses have the capability to work in the energy sector, it is a case of matching your products or services with the needs of those companies who are already involved. Although this takes a period of planning, the rewards are worth the time invested”.
The programme is open to all small-to-medium sized enterprises across the East of England region and at these events EEEGR will be promoting the benefits for businesses with ambitions to realise their growth plans in a rapidly expanding industry.
To view the event schedule please visit http://www.eeegr.com/
If you are running a business or are thinking about starting a business and would like to explore opportunities within the energy sector then call EEEGR on 01493 446535 or email http://www.supplychain@