BUSINESS partners who were given a helping hand by Blackpool Council's Economic Development Team's business support programme 'Get Started' are now planning to help the young unemployed.
A YOUNG Fylde entrepreneur is raising a cuppa in celebration after securing a new contract for his specialist teas. Adam Soliman who founded the rapidly growing Charbrew has tied up a deal to supply teas to Spire Fylde Coast Hospital.
The Fylde Coast’s very own Alastair Horabin from the award winning Seniors Fish and Chip shops flew the flag for the nation’s favourite takeaway when he appeared on national day-time TV last week on the Thursday afternoon magazine chat-show.
A MUM-of-two has realised her dream of starting her own alternative therapies business after a ten year wait. Louise Leece has opened her studio Natural Therapy Releece in Crossland Road and aims to be as environmentally friendly as possible.
A huge 750 new businesses have been set up with the help of Blackpool Council's Economic Development Division over the last few years. The Get Started advice service, which has helped 69 start ups in the last 10 months, is turning the town back into a hub for independent firms