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Britain's Energy Coast Business Cluster members sponsor TEG start-ups into membership of the Business Cluster

Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster (BECBC) members, this week, have sponsored membership of small businesses into BECBC as a means of supporting their growth through more access to networking and wider membership benefits including curated tenders and the ability to promote themselves via the BECBC website. The sponsors for this are Amentum, Cavendish Nuclear, Morgan Sindall, NSG, Costain, Arup and Cyclife EDF.

" We would like to say a huge thank you to BECBC and sponsors for this fantastic opportunity of providing free memberships to some of the start-up businesses. The networking events are a great place to meet new people and find new collaborations. TEG has benefited hugely from the support given over the past 3 years and hopes to inspire more businesses to become a member", Jenny Brumby, TEGretail Project Manager, The Entrepreneurs Group

Businesses offered membership through the sponsorship are:

  • Rebecca Lyall from Eco-lure - Ethical clothing brand
  • Rachel McCartney from McCartney sustainable solutions - Food waste recycling
  • Natalie Barker - M&M Business support
  • Glen Anderson - Proud and Diverse Cumbria

Dianne Richardson, CEO, Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster: “We are delighted to see such wonderful engagement from our members through this form of sponsorship. It can be very difficult for start-ups to join networking groups when budgets are tight. Personally, I am just so delighted to see that the cluster can facilitate this and trust it will encourage these small business owners and result in business for them, long-term.”