Here at NBV Enterprise Solutions Ltd we have been helping small businesses across the East Midlands for over 30 years.
We are approached every day by start-ups and existing businesses looking to grow. For these businesses we provide them with bespoke, targeted business support, drawing upon our years of experience in the field of small business support.
To date, NBV has helped thousands of businesses achieve their goals. In the past 2 years alone, NBV has helped over 1000 start-up businesses across Notts, Leics, Lincs, Derbys and Northants. We have helped our clients access more than £1.6m in small business grants and loans.
The key to our clients’ success is in the way we tailor our support to individual needs. We understand that needs differ, and we do not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to business support. Each client receives a free diagnostic in order to establish the most suitable support available. Business support is available in the form of paid and subsidised options. NBV offer a range of choices to suit the business owner. These options include one to one business advice, workshops, networking events and mentoring.
Alongside our business support, NBV Enterprise Solutions Ltd also run two Enterprise Centres in Nottingham, offering top quality office and meeting space. We also provide a Virtual Tenancy service, with addresses in Lincolnshire, Nottingham, and Leicester.
NBV are a BIS accredited Enterprise Agency and we are also part of the National Enterprise Network. We hold IIP and ISO 9001-2008 quality standards and we are also SFEDI accredited training provider.
Get in touch with us today and see how we can help your business to grow. Register here. You can also call us on 0844 887 2568* and one of our friendly operatives will be happy to chat with you about your business needs.
*calls cost 5p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge
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