Clackmannanshire Business Partnership

Clackmannanshire Business Support Partnership

During the Covid-19 crisis, the business community, including the third sector came together to provide consolidate information for local businesses, including CTSI members and social enterprises.
 
The partnership produced a bulletin and also have now started to meet to share information and develop economic strategies for the future.
 
CTSI promotes the Forth Valley Social Enterprise Network through the Partnership
 
CTSI has representation on the Alloa First board and is working in partnership on the development of the new Welcome to Clackmannanshire and Active Travel Hub as part of the Living Alloa project, with Clackmannanshire Council. For more details, please go to Living Alloa Project (clacks.gov.uk)
 
The Clackmannanshire Business Support Partnership will be supporting and providing advice on Stirling and Clackmannanshire City Deal developments. For more details, please go to City Deal in Clackmannanshire (clacks.gov.uk)

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