See our dedicated coronavirus information page for Covid-19 business advice and support.
Use the links below to find the information you need:
- Worcestershire Business Central
- Business Briefings
- Supporting Business Leaflet
- Commercial Property and Inward Investment
- Skills Support
- Economic Data/Statistics
- Grants and Funding
- Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership
- Hereford and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce
- The Prince's Trust
- Find it in Worcestershire
- Worcester Innovation (WINN)
- 2022 Commonwealth Games Business Opportunities
- Invest in Worcestershire
We work in partnership with Worcestershire Business Central, part of the Government-supported growth hub network, bringing all aspects of business support into one place, making it clear and simple for businesses to access and find the help they need.
Malvern Hills District Council is engaging with local businesses through a series of regular Business Briefing events. Each event will typically be focused on a topic of interest, and there will also be an opportunity for businesses to share their views on how the council can best support them, and to discuss any issues they may currently be facing, as well as an opportunity for networking.
Download our latest pdf Supporting Business leaflet (2.60 MB) which provides a useful summary of how we are helping develop businesses, create jobs and grow the economy.
- Worcestershire Apprenticeships
- Grants and Funding
- Skills Support for the Workforce in Worcestershire
View the Nomis Labour Market Profile for Malvern Hills district. This includes key datasets on population, employment, unemployment, qualifications, earnings, benefit claimants and businesses.
Download the latest Worcestershire County Economic Summary and Worcestershire Local Economic Assessment produced by the Worcestershire County Council Research Team.
Please visit Grants and Funding for details of the various schemes available to support your business.
The Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) is an independent collaboration between local councils, local business, trade organisations and the voluntary sector. Its role is to help develop a business environment in Worcestershire which will encourage inward investment, stimulate the region's economy and to identify and promote appropriate projects for funding.
Visit the Worcestershire LEP website for more information.
Established in the 1830's during the industrial revolution, Herefordshire & Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce remains a dynamic member-led, not for profit organisation, working to support the local business community and specifically their 1400-strong network of member businesses.
Visit the Herefordshire & Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce website for more information.
The Prince’s Trust deliver an Enterprise Programme which aims to support unemployed young people aged between 18-30 to work out if self-employment is right for them, help them test their ideas, write plans and start a business or achieve alternative goals in employment, education, training or voluntary work.
Find it in Worcestershire is the place to find local supply chain opportunities within the County.
Set up in 2011, the free to use service offers local businesses the opportunity to meet local suppliers at our monthly breakfast meetings, as well as pitching for work directly on the Find it Portal.
With a membership of over 8,500 local businesses and opportunities posted worth £200million, Find it really is the place to do Business in the County.
Visit the Find it in Worcestershire website for more information.
A Worcestershire Innovation System; that brings together Innovation communities and activity, both established and planned, to form a route map for innovation. Ensuring individuals and businesses, wherever they are within the business life cycle, have access to all areas of innovation support.
Visit the Worcestershire Innovation (WINN) website for more information.
Businesses wishing to offer services or supplies to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games must register on the 2022 website.
Visit the www.investinworcestershire.com website to find out about the very latest information on what Worcestershire has to offer for investors from the UK and around the globe.
Information on the website includes; funding and support available, key sectors, Worcestershire’s skills offer, lifestyle and schools, infrastructure and vision. The website also features live investment opportunities for businesses and investors of all sizes, as well as information on the new ‘Worcestershire Embassy’ in London.