NEW – ROUND 2 WILL COMMENCE SOON. TENDER IS CURRENTLY OUT TO VIEW
ROUND 1 IS NOW CLOSED…
Peer Networks is a national peer-to-peer networking programme for SME leaders that want to grow and develop their organisation for future success.
It also provides the support that businesses need to tackle the short-term issues that are affecting them now, including those related to COVID-19.
The Peer Networks Programme, will run from early December to March 2021. To view the full brochure – CLICK HERE.
We will create diverse cohort groups of 11 individuals to collaboratively work through common business issues. Through high impact, interactive action learning, we will enable participants to discuss their own challenges, gain and reflect on valuable feedback and implement practical solutions to overcome them.
From finance and HR, to sales, marketing and more, expert facilitators give business leaders the flexibility to create a trusted support network that works for them, helping them to build and strengthen their business and improve its overall performance.
The programme is open to any SME business that has:
- Operated for at least one year
- An aspiration to improve
- At least five employees
- A turnover of at least £100,000
(NB : a business is eligible if they met the turnover and staff requirements pre Covid and has the potential to grow back to that point with peer support)
The programme includes:
- 6 fortnightly sessions
- Flexible topic selection
- One to one support
- Mixed cohorts and Visitor Economy/Hospitality specific
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO DISCUSS THE PROGRAMME YOU CAN SPEAK DIRECTLY TO CHAMBER MEMBER ORGANISATION AI CHANGE MANAGEMENT WHO ARE ONE OF THE SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSES DELIVERING THE PRGAMME. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
If you meet the criteria and would like to apply to join the programme please register your interest at https://growthplatform.org/peer-networks/
For your VE sector business, there is the aspiration to run bespoke VE sector cohorts although the start of the program for this will flex according to the impact of lockdown.