We can help your business boost its profitability by improving its resource efficiency, no matter what sector you’re in.
Our award-winning fully-funded resource efficiency support is tailored to your needs and is designed to make significant efficiency savings that deliver an ongoing financial benefit to your business.
We’ll help you identify opportunities to cut your energy, materials and water consumption, and reduce the waste from your existing processes. More than a thousand companies in Greater Manchester have already benefitted from cash savings and increased profitability through these specialist support services.
Our new Journey to Net Zero programme is exclusively for SMEs that are at an early stage on the path to net zero emissions. You’ll build a strategic plan to cut your carbon footprint, reduce costs, minimise risk and capitalise on the many opportunities awaiting you in the net zero world.
And check out our Energy Efficiency Grant, which could provide the funding you need to upgrade your lighting or equipment, slash your energy bills and reduce your environmental impact.
Get the funding you need to upgrade your lighting or equipment, slash your energy bills and reduce your environmental impact.
Manchester data centre operator Teledata has embarked on a ground-breaking energy efficiency drive that has turned heads in the industry. Founded in 2007, the business has grown from a relatively small data centre to one of the biggest and best-connected in Manchester, with a 70,000sq ft facility offering co-location and cloud hosting solutions, workplace recovery suites and technical office space.
Established in 1935, Rowlinson Knitwear provides specialist schoolwear and corporatewear, employing around 50 staff in Stockport and half a dozen more in its overseas partner factories. The company has received support from a number of GC Business Growth Hub services, including a £12,000 Energy Efficiency Grant towards the cost of LED lighting and advice from our Eco-innovation service on future textiles.
This programme is part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as part of the GM Business Growth Hub project, designed to help ambitious SME businesses achieve growth and increase employment in Greater Manchester.