Making Business Work

Inclusive Access are pleased to announce that as part of the new ERDF ‘Making Business Work’ programme, free and impartial support is now available to eligible Merseyside based companies.

In this challenging economic climate there is a need for businesses to focus on specific areas, to ensure sustainability and to create future growth.

Customers, Financial Management, Processes, People and Learning are key parts of on-going development for success and a professional team of face to face Inclusive Access Advisers are available to work with businesses to help achieve specific aims and objectives.

Senior Business Adviser, Robert Capleton has previously worked for five years with companies across Merseyside with Business Link Northwest, before joining Inclusive Access. He is well aware of the issues companies have to deal with and how good business support can encourage growth. From business planning and marketing; to credit management and organisational change – we can advise and mentor businesses through all aspects of good business practice to encourage commercial development, and help the business sustain and succeed.

If you are an established business, please contact the programme administrator, Anna Paul at Inclusive Access on 0151 653 7111 to discuss your eligibility and requirements further.


Our business advisers and specialists can help with:

Marketing Strategies 
• Business Planning
• Sales Development 
• Cashflow Management 
• Payroll Services 
• Equality & Diversity 
• Writing Successful Tenders 
• Getting ready for Finance/Investment 
• Workforce Development

Key points: 

• Minimum 12 hours free and impartial business support to promote sustainability and growth. 

• Merseyside based businesses that are eligible. 

• Key areas of business planning, marketing, financial management, processes and people. 

• ERDF funded £7.8 million match funded programme.

Invitation to Tender for the Delivery of Search Engine Optimization Support 

Inclusive Access would like to procure the services of a consultant from the Making Business Work consultancy framework to help deliver Search Engine Optimization assistance via the following format:

 - A workshop session to explain SEO and how to get the most from it, involving a consultation with the client to develop an action plan for the subsequent 1-2-1 element of the business assist. 

- 1-2-1 support in line with the individual needs of the business. 

When tendering for this work, please give an indication of the content that you would seek to deliver within the workshop and also how you would envisage the 1-2-1 support to work.

 If you would like to express an interest or would like further information, please contact Tony Seasman by email The deadline for expressions of interest is 1.00pm on Tuesday 26th February 2013. 

Upon expressing an interest to deliver the business support, a mini tender document will be sent to you including timescales, criteria and scoring matrix.

Our Approach

Training group

Our training is centered on both the business and the individual needs of the learner.

If you would like to discuss your training needs in more detail, contact us today.

Tel 0151 653 7111 or fill our enquiry form