Always looking to stimulate growth for our businesses, we’ve teamed up with Tees Valley Business Compass and UKTI to bring companies alive to the value of export.

As part of National Export Week, Tees Valley Business Compass and UKTI invite businesses from across the region to a breakfast briefing at the buzzing Beehive on 13 November from 8am.


Hosting this prestigious event at Beehive at Lingfield Point – the ideal office location in the Tees Valley for businesses wanting to grow – companies will be able to meet and hear from experts on how to seek out and tap into ingenious exporting opportunities.  You can also find out if you qualify for funding from the Business Growth Investment Scheme and other funding schemes. We’ll also be welcoming Tees Valley Business Compass who will be available helping ambitious businesses realise their growth potential – offering advice and guidance to unlock grant funding.  We’ll also be on hand to give you advice on the type of business space suitable to support your growth.

Darlington is already well-known for its global ingenunity and export achievements – from the founding of the railways, to the building of the Sydney Harbour Bridge – and our own heritage as Patons and Baldwins – the largest wool factory in the world.  Lingfield House – the global headquarters of Patons and Balwins – is now home to many companies including the global brand AMEC Foster Wheeler thanks to their thought leadership in international engineering and project management.

So what are you waiting for?  Find out how UKTI and Tees Valley Business Compass can help you trade overseas, and whilst you’re growing, come and make your business feel at home at Lingfield Point – the best postcode in town for business growth.

To register, simply click on the link below:

Fancy finding out a wee bit more about how you can make a home here – in our ingenious place for business?

Call our leasing agents David Jackson at Jackson & Partners on 01325 352 461

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