Investing in your employees
The BID will deliver an annual schedule of training courses and seminars for your business and employees which could include topics such as retail, sales training, visual merchandising, social media and marketing. The BID will seek additional grant funding to deliver these activities on behalf of BID members.
Supporting Newquay’s small businesses, additional training and seminars will give your business the opportunity to compete on a local and regional level as well as bridging skill gaps in your workforce.
Business to Business
The BID will host forums and networking activities aimed at promoting non-tourism related businesses enabling them to engage in business to business trade and creating a platform for them to do business. The BID will focus opportunities to promote these businesses across the county, seek collective buying opportunities, support businesses with PR opportunities and provide community links.
The Newquay BID will give members the opportunity to be part of a coordinated approach to voice their views, raise concerns and make recommendations on issues that affect the trading environment such as transport, infrastructure and accessibility. Offering a strong voice to represent the business community working with the Chamber of Commerce, retail forum and other groups to influence policy and decisions.
Grants and match funding
The BID will continue to investigate opportunities for additional grants and funding for projects, members and community groups. The BID will also use its expertise and resource to assist with the applications process where possible.
www.newquaybid.co.uk – A website created by Newquay BID – NO ADDITIONAL COST
Membership of Newquay Chamber of Commerce and Tourism – FREE
Press release writing service – FREE
Meetings and networking events – FREE
Mailshot newsletters – FREE
High quality photographic images of Newquay for business use – FREE
Face-to-face access to a management team based in the Town Centre working on behalf of businesses