Local business accelerators: Get your entry in this weekend

Local business accelerator campaign.From the left,Ian Redding,David Hall and Kerry Hathway.'111020M-A406
Local business accelerator campaign.From the left,Ian Redding,David Hall and Kerry Hathway.'111020M-A406
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There are only a few days left to register an interest for our Local Business Accelerators initiative and be in with a chance of receiving free mentoring sessions with a Dragon.

Launched last month, the scheme offers a chance for three local businesses to accelerate their success with professional advice from local business mentors plus receive a substantial allocation of free advertising space in their local publication.

Plus, one lucky business will be entered into a national competition to win individual mentoring sessions from the LBA national ambassador, Dragons’ Den’s Deborah Meaden, who will become a consultant and mentor to the business for one year.

Eligible businesses have until next Monday, November 14 to enter. It’s open to all businesses active in the local community, between one and three years old and full of potential.

If you run such a business, or know anyone who does, and want the chance to receive business support and advertising space in the Advertiser and Review, visit Accelerate Me for more information.

Members of the local business community Ian Redding of Buckingham Ford, and David Hall of Rockhopper Studios, alongside Advertiser and Review acting editor Kerry Hathway, will form the judging panel and will review shortlist entries before awarding three lucky local businesses with the prize of free advertising and business advice.