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Free advice to help Islington firms make a big step forward

PUBLISHED: 15:26 12 September 2012

Mark Boleat

Mark Boleat

Archant

Small businesses in Islington can receive free support and advice to break into the £13 billion City supply chain market.

The City of London Corporation has recently injected £300,000 into the scheme in an attempt to get more local businesses to take advantage of the lucrative business market.

The programme, Ready to Supply the City, offers one-on-one mentoring sessions, events and workshops to help micro-size businesses open new sources of revenue.

Mark Boleat, policy chairman for the City of London Corporation, said of the scheme: “This is a valuable opportunity for small businesses to navigate their way out of a difficult period by harnessing game-changing opportunities with major firms.”

n Enterprises who are interested should visit www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/readytosupplythecity for more information.

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