Overcome Business Challenges
Recognise & Act on New Opportunities
Create a Trusted Support Network
Improve your Personal & Business Performance
Start your Journey today.
The Black Country Business Growth Network is a peer-to-peer business growth and networking programme for SME leaders that want to grow and develop their organisation for future success.
Delivered locally via the Black Country Growth Hub in association with the UK Metals Council and The Audacious Training Company, we create diverse cohort groups of individuals to collaboratively work through common business issues.
Through interactive action learning, we enable you to discuss your own challenges, gain and reflect on valuable feedback and implement practical solutions to overcome them.
From finance and HR to sales, marketing and more, our expert facilitators give you the flexibility to create a trusted support network that works for you, helping you to build and strengthen your business and improve its overall performance
WHO IS THIS FOR?
Operated for at least one year
At least 5 employees
A turnover of at least £100000
An aspiration to improve
Peer Networks is delivered through a series of high impact group sessions, with each cohort led by a trained facilitator.
Upon completion of the programme, you will be able to use the action learning skills and techniques that you have learned to independently continue the group support.
Potential to scale up
The ability or potential to export
- Interactive action learning
- Trained facilitators
- Small cohorts
- Flexible topic selection
NOTE: Space on this program is limited to 15 attendees. So don’t wait, complete the form below to reserve your place.
By completing this program, you will:
- Overcome business challenges and recognise and act on new opportunities
- Build a trusted network of connections to support you now and in the future
- Improve your long-term personal and business performance
- Receive support to help you tackle the short-term issues that are affecting your business now, including those related to COVID-19