Free BIPC business service at Blaydon Library

Business & Intellectual Property Centre North East (BIPC) is delighted to announce a new business support service in Blaydon Library.

Opening Thursday 29 July, it will provide local businesses and anyone looking to set-up their own business in Gateshead with free access to the latest market research, resources and one-to-one support.

Blaydon Library now has its own dedicated area for business support and is equipped with a core set of resources, such as up to date market research and business information, enabling users to access for free the latest market research and trends, company data, and funding opportunities from a suite of online databases, including COBRA, Kompass and GRANTfinder.

The BIPC North East team will be also on hand to offer local businesses initial information and guidance on Intellectual Property (IP) matters, as well as provide a sound understanding of the different types of IP protection available.

The services will be brought to life by a tailored programme of events, workshops and one-to-ones, delivered in collaboration with local partners. BIPC North East has a team of over 30 Experts in Residence, who derive from a wide variety of business sectors. These Experts mainly come from small businesses themselves and provide a free one-to-one advice session on their specialist topic.

Councillor Malcolm Brain, Cabinet Member for the Economy at Gateshead Council said: I am delighted that Blaydon Library is to be included in this initiative. Access to free facilitates and specialist support like this, right in the heart of local communities, goes a long way in helping Gateshead entrepreneurs and businesses to thrive.

This accessible support will be invaluable for small businesses and residents who want to look at other means of income as we recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. 

It’s a welcome addition to the wonderful offer we already have at Blaydon Library.”

Originally established in 2011 as BIPC Newcastle, it was the country’s first regional Business & IP Centre, outside of London. Over the past 10 years, BIPC Newcastle has supported over 14,000 new-starts and growing businesses. During the last 12 months, BIPC Newcastle has played a key role in helping over 300 SMEs to safeguard around 600 jobs during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The BIPC service in Blaydon Library will be available to the local business community Monday to Thursday, 9.00am – 4.30pm and on Saturdays 9.00am – 1.00pm.

Business & Intellectual Property Centre North East (BIPC) is delighted to announce a new business support service in Blaydon Library.

Opening Thursday 29 July, it will provide local businesses and anyone looking to set-up their own business in Gateshead with free access to the latest market research, resources and one-to-one support.

Blaydon Library now has its own dedicated area for business support and is equipped with a core set of resources, such as up to date market research and business information, enabling users to access for free the latest market research and trends, company data, and funding opportunities from a suite of online databases, including COBRA, Kompass and GRANTfinder.

The BIPC North East team will be also on hand to offer local businesses initial information and guidance on Intellectual Property (IP) matters, as well as provide a sound understanding of the different types of IP protection available.

The services will be brought to life by a tailored programme of events, workshops and one-to-ones, delivered in collaboration with local partners. BIPC North East has a team of over 30 Experts in Residence, who derive from a wide variety of business sectors. These Experts mainly come from small businesses themselves and provide a free one-to-one advice session on their specialist topic.

Councillor Malcolm Brain, Cabinet Member for the Economy at Gateshead Council said: I am delighted that Blaydon Library is to be included in this initiative. Access to free facilitates and specialist support like this, right in the heart of local communities, goes a long way in helping Gateshead entrepreneurs and businesses to thrive.

This accessible support will be invaluable for small businesses and residents who want to look at other means of income as we recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. 

It’s a welcome addition to the wonderful offer we already have at Blaydon Library.”

Originally established in 2011 as BIPC Newcastle, it was the country’s first regional Business & IP Centre, outside of London. Over the past 10 years, BIPC Newcastle has supported over 14,000 new-starts and growing businesses. During the last 12 months, BIPC Newcastle has played a key role in helping over 300 SMEs to safeguard around 600 jobs during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The BIPC service in Blaydon Library will be available to the local business community Monday to Thursday, 9.00am – 4.30pm and on Saturdays 9.00am – 1.00pm.

28 July 2021

Business & Intellectual Property Centre North East (BIPC) is delighted to announce a new business support service in Blaydon Library.

Opening Thursday 29 July, it will provide local businesses and anyone looking to set-up their own business in Gateshead with free access to the latest market research, resources and one-to-one support.

Blaydon Library now has its own dedicated area for business support and is equipped with a core set of resources, such as up to date market research and business information, enabling users to access for free the latest market research and trends, company data, and funding opportunities from a suite of online databases, including COBRA, Kompass and GRANTfinder.

The BIPC North East team will be also on hand to offer local businesses initial information and guidance on Intellectual Property (IP) matters, as well as provide a sound understanding of the different types of IP protection available.

The services will be brought to life by a tailored programme of events, workshops and one-to-ones, delivered in collaboration with local partners. BIPC North East has a team of over 30 Experts in Residence, who derive from a wide variety of business sectors. These Experts mainly come from small businesses themselves and provide a free one-to-one advice session on their specialist topic.

Councillor Malcolm Brain, Cabinet Member for the Economy at Gateshead Council said: I am delighted that Blaydon Library is to be included in this initiative. Access to free facilitates and specialist support like this, right in the heart of local communities, goes a long way in helping Gateshead entrepreneurs and businesses to thrive.

This accessible support will be invaluable for small businesses and residents who want to look at other means of income as we recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. 

It’s a welcome addition to the wonderful offer we already have at Blaydon Library.”

Originally established in 2011 as BIPC Newcastle, it was the country’s first regional Business & IP Centre, outside of London. Over the past 10 years, BIPC Newcastle has supported over 14,000 new-starts and growing businesses. During the last 12 months, BIPC Newcastle has played a key role in helping over 300 SMEs to safeguard around 600 jobs during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The BIPC service in Blaydon Library will be available to the local business community Monday to Thursday, 9.00am – 4.30pm and on Saturdays 9.00am – 1.00pm.

Business & Intellectual Property Centre North East (BIPC) is delighted to announce a new business support service in Blaydon Library.

Opening Thursday 29 July, it will provide local businesses and anyone looking to set-up their own business in Gateshead with free access to the latest market research, resources and one-to-one support.

Blaydon Library now has its own dedicated area for business support and is equipped with a core set of resources, such as up to date market research and business information, enabling users to access for free the latest market research and trends, company data, and funding opportunities from a suite of online databases, including COBRA, Kompass and GRANTfinder.

The BIPC North East team will be also on hand to offer local businesses initial information and guidance on Intellectual Property (IP) matters, as well as provide a sound understanding of the different types of IP protection available.

The services will be brought to life by a tailored programme of events, workshops and one-to-ones, delivered in collaboration with local partners. BIPC North East has a team of over 30 Experts in Residence, who derive from a wide variety of business sectors. These Experts mainly come from small businesses themselves and provide a free one-to-one advice session on their specialist topic.

Councillor Malcolm Brain, Cabinet Member for the Economy at Gateshead Council said: I am delighted that Blaydon Library is to be included in this initiative. Access to free facilitates and specialist support like this, right in the heart of local communities, goes a long way in helping Gateshead entrepreneurs and businesses to thrive.

This accessible support will be invaluable for small businesses and residents who want to look at other means of income as we recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. 

It’s a welcome addition to the wonderful offer we already have at Blaydon Library.”

Originally established in 2011 as BIPC Newcastle, it was the country’s first regional Business & IP Centre, outside of London. Over the past 10 years, BIPC Newcastle has supported over 14,000 new-starts and growing businesses. During the last 12 months, BIPC Newcastle has played a key role in helping over 300 SMEs to safeguard around 600 jobs during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The BIPC service in Blaydon Library will be available to the local business community Monday to Thursday, 9.00am – 4.30pm and on Saturdays 9.00am – 1.00pm.

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