Aycliffe Business Park Community looks to appoint consultant to increase engagement

Aycliffe Business Park Community looks to appoint consultant to increase engagement

The board of Aycliffe Business Park Community (ABPC) is looking to appoint an individual or company on a consultancy basis to support the implementation of its ‘On the Map’ business engagement project.

Spread across 400 hectares, Aycliffe Business Park is the largest in the North-East, home to more than 500 companies employing around 10,000 people.

ABPC was originally set up seven years ago as an informal group, but was formalised into a limited company in 2016 with the appointment of several unpaid directors.

More than three years since launching officially, ABPC now wants to engage with more companies on Aycliffe Business Park by appointing its first paid-for role, initially on a three-month term.

The objectives of ABPC’s ‘On the Map’ project are to raise awareness among businesses on the park that may not yet have engaged with ABPC, increase the number of businesses that engage with ABPC events and activities, gather feedback and views of businesses to help inform future activities, and ensure ABPC is meeting the needs of businesses based on the park.

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