Has your business got the potential to grow? Have you been waiting for the right moment? The Barclays “Fired Up For Growth” clinic will give you the impetus, pose the questions, and share great ideas, to help grow your business.


The clinic is one of many taking place across the country and will take place on Tuesday 24th March at the Barclays, 22-24 Upper Marlborough Rd, St Albans, AL1 3AL from 9.00 am- 11:00 am.


Barclays’experts will be on hand to answer key questions and provide practical tips and incisive information on:-

  • The market conditions and how to use them
  • What you may need to consider, to put your growth aspirations into action
  • Strategies and solutions to the common issues experienced by all businesses
  • Tips to help you finance the growth strategy that could work for your company
  • Insight and inspiration from real business stories.

Donna Minett, Barclays Business banking Area Manager said: “Barclays is fully committed to supporting small enterprises across the region and we are very much open for business. We would like to encourage any small business owners looking for support and inspiration to get in touch and come along to the clinic.”


Donna continues: “While growth can often be unexpected or accidental, we’ve seen small businesses adapt and survive during a difficult time for the UK economy and SME income has now risen back to pre-recession levels. Taking advantage of improved economic conditions can be one way to achieve growth, however for businesses that have made proactive steps such as improving their current model, exploring a new market, or adding a new product or service, the results can really pay off on the bottom line, as our research shows. A strategy or plan can help to focus these ideas and solutions and identify what support or finance may be needed. We’re passionate about helping businesses to grow and to support their journey we are running free, nationwide ‘Fired up for Growth’clinics across the country which will help businesses to unleash their growth potential.”


For further details or if you wish to register for the event visit www.barclays.co.uk/localclinics or email Stephen.torrance@barclays.com