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Business Navigator

Business Navigator Service

The Coast to Capital Business Navigator Service is totally focused on helping business in the Coast to Capital area start up, develop and grow. It exists to help grow the economy in the Coast to Capital area to create jobs and prosperity. Coast to Capital covers East Surrey, Croydon, West Sussex and the Greater Brighton area.

The Business Navigator service provides a website and a team of business navigators to help you find the best support for your business. The service is totally free as it is fully funded by the UK Government.

You can call the Navigator Service on 0800 977 4146 to speak with a Business Navigator who can help guide you through the support available and help identify the most appropriate solutions for you. The website (www.c2cbusiness.org.uk) includes an online directory of business support organisations, a calendar of business events in the Coast to Capital area, resources and videos.

The team signpost businesses to a wide range of support services including:

  • accessing finance
  • identifying networking and membership organisations
  • helping to reduce costs
  • implementing environmental policies
  • understanding the regulatory landscape
  • mentoring support
  • exploring international markets
  • start-up workshops and support
  • finding premises
  • and much more

Jonathan Parsons from Brighton based goworkers said "The Business Navigator service has truly been a huge part of goworkers success. The Business Navigator has been with goworkers on every step of the way.

The best thing about the Business Navigator is their understanding of the steps we needed to take and putting us in touch with so many helpful people and organisations along the way. The Business Navigator was able to foresee some of the help that we needed before we even knew we needed it and this is what really made a difference.

We received many referrals for really helpful services from the Business Navigator from business mentoring, workshops and local Government grant schemes that we would never have heard about."