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Time to look back at how we’ve done, assess where we are, and plan for the future


With the end of the year rapidly approaching and Christmas just around the corner, many individuals and organisations will start looking back over the past year. Although the lockdowns have ended and restrictions have eased, it is still an incredibly challenging environment, both on a personal and commercial level. Businesses have had to work hard and innovate to survive, and that hard work now seems to be paying off.


As well as being a time to look back, it is also a time to look forwards. As the end of the year approaches, we need to start thinking about the year ahead, plan for the challenges that are sure to come, and prepare to grasp the opportunities that will appear. Hopefully, the year ahead will be easier than the previous two, but it is still certain to bring its own hurdles and setbacks, and every business needs to do everything it can to ensure that it is ready to meet them.


You don’t need to face your challenges alone However, you don’t have to do this alone. By joining the Growth Curve Programme you will gain the opportunity to discuss your business, its challenges, and your aspirations for the future with one of SEMLEP’s High Growth Business Advisers, before going on to attend a university masterclass. This masterclass consists of a series of intensive, interactive


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