Wolverhampton Charity Access to Business launched a new Community Interest Company – BOS Business Office Solutions CIC – providing new affordable services for established businesses and start-ups in the Black Country
The official launch of the new Community Interest Company – BOS Business Office Solutions CIC took place on Thursday 9th March 2017 at Access to Business, Enterprise Suite, 71 Tempest Street, Wolverhampton. BOS CIC is the new trading arm of Access to Business developed to support new and existing businesses by offering a full range of cost effective office solutions including a Call Centre, Virtual office, Marketing solutions, printing, recruitment services, rentable office space, Training Courses, postal address and much more. The project had been funded by The Cabinet Office via the Big Lottery Local Sustainability Fund.
Guest of Honour at the Launch, Stewart Towe CBE, Chair of Black Country LEP gave a supporting speech recognising the potential for BOS services in the Black Country and commenting that “the services are needed to support business growth in the region and BOS will also help to support unemployed people into work by offering work placements and training opportunities”.
The formal part of the event also featured a presentation covering BOS services offered by both Access to Business and BOS, followed by a short film produced by BOS Client and local film-maker Kulwinder Ghataore, covering interviews with some BOS clients, including Wellington Chaparadza of Innovative Beauty Labs, Talbots Law, Corderoy Infrastructure and Edwin Ladd of Social frames UK.
Finally, the ribbon was cut by Stewart Towe and BOS was officially launched in the Black Country!
The event had a fantastic turn out with over 70 people attended the formal part and the follow up networking afternoon. Some existing BOS clients also had their stands displayed to promote their services.
Josie Kelly, Chief Executive at Access to Business said “Our main aim has always been to help to regenerate our local economy by supporting business growth and providing services for those wanting to start their own business or move into employment. We are delighted to be launching our new BOS service in the Black Country”.
For further information about the BOS Services, upcoming courses and the full range of our introductory offers please contact Cleo Bucknor on 01902 422421 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org or for support into work or to develop a business contact Access to Business on 01902 572397.