Newry Mourne and Down District Council have adopted their suite of programmes to ensure business support will continue, with support delivered remotely and safely using modern technologies. This will allow business owners to participate fully, irrespective of whether they are working from home or from their normal workplace.
Launched today, The 100 Day Consolidation Programme, will provide businesses with their own set of cashflow projections for the next 100 days, that will highlight their short-term cash requirements over this period.
The Programme will allow businesses to develop a clear picture of the extent to which they currently have working capital in their business. It will project with accuracy how the cash position of their business is likely to fluctuate over the next three critical months, while supporting businesses to identify key steps that they can potentially take to free up cash over the next 100 days.
Many small businesses owners have found themselves thrust unexpectedly into a tough position, and the programme aims to help them address this difficult situation as best they can to get positive results for all involved.
Local businesses are the backbone of our District, and it’s important that we can help them develop as clear a picture as possible of what the immediate future will look like for them, so they can address and navigate any challenges that may arise.
The Programme will be delivered by business consultants who have worked with hundreds of businesses, ranging from micro enterprises to some of the largest companies in Northern Ireland.
Eligible businesses must be based in the Newry, Mourne and Down District Council area and employ less than 50 people.
To register, contact Sandy at Full Circle – email@example.com. The deadline for submission of expressions of interest is Friday, April 17 at 12pm.
To enquire about other business support initiatives through the Council contact the Business Development team at email firstname.lastname@example.org or the below social media platforms;