An Opportunity too Good to Miss

When we first heard about Lancashare, its name alone had us hooked, and we’re very glad that we’ve learned more. In fact, we were so impressed with the idea that we decided to become part of it. Lancashare is a brand new hub for Lancashire-based business, and with 50,000 businesses in the county, it’s going to be a busy place. The concept is simple. We get together to share and by sharing ideas, opportunities and contacts, we can all grow. We can build a prosperous, thriving economy, secure futures and employment for our youth and put this beautiful, brilliant and ballsy county firmly on the map.

The hub has six areas of focus, and there’s something for everyone. Job seekers can see local vacancies; start-ups and investors can find funding. There will be a business directory and calendars of networking, marketing and awards events. Another focus will be on valuable tendering opportunities. Last, but by no means least, will be a training and skills section, and we’re absolutely delighted to be sponsoring this page and its category in the directory. These are exciting, but challenging, times for all businesses and for the people of Lancashire. The addition of a new, free-to-access resource that will be so supportive can only be a good thing.  We’re proud to be part of it.

Pop over to see the website at and let’s all work together for prosperity. If you’d like to learn more about our views on sharing, skills and training, call us on 01772 282555


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Emma joined SRSCC in 2019 on a freelance basis taking on a teaching and learning consultancy role. She has 20 years of experience in education as a qualified teacher, working in adult learning, secondary and primary school settings in the UK as well as abroad, namely Japan, Hungary, and France. 

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