Local businesses get connected with Barclays’ innovative online hub

| June 6, 2014 | 0 Comments
Neil McCluskey

Businesses in the Channel Islands can benefit from Barclays’ innovative Connector service for free, whether or not they are a Barclays customer.

Connector is open to all businesses, from start-up to well-established companies, giving help in areas such as building your business, winning new customers, finding expert guidance and sourcing the best supplier deals.

Barclays Wealth and Investment Management is encouraging Island firms to make use of the free service. All companies need to do is to register and create a profile containing information about their business – the more detail added to the profile, the better able we are to match it to opportunities, discussions and content that may be of interest.

Connector provides an online hub to interact and build relationships with the business community locally and further afield. In addition to relationship-building and advice, there are articles to read written by industry experts covering subjects including sales and marketing, accounting and operations. Connector has also teamed up with leading trade and professional organisations to become Connector partners to help with more specialist needs.

Neil McCluskey, Head of Offshore and Local Markets for Barclays Wealth and Investment Management said: ‘Barclays is keen to support small businesses and, in order to do so, strives to continuously develop products and services that will be of benefit to the business community. Connector offers a hugely advantageous platform that allows businesses to develop new relationships, to network with other businesses, to assist one another and find expert advice in a number of areas crucial for successful business growth, at no cost.’

If you would like to know more about the Connector Service, visit www.barclaysconnector.co.uk


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