Alex Till has been Chief Executive of not for profit organisation, MENTA, Suffolk business support organisation for almost six years. Since being appointed he has grown the enterprise agency providing a wide range of products and services for homeworkers, freelancers, established businesses and start-ups.
A pioneering partnership is helping care homes and domiciliary care organisations in Suffolk by providing thousands of pounds worth of free business advice and support.
With the care sector suffering from government and local authority budget cuts, the care sector in Suffolk is being urged to tap into this support.
Businesses are aware of the risks involved with Suffolk’s current levels of consumption and realise by cutting carbon they will, longer term, save their company money. They also want to reassure their present and future customers that they’re helping mitigate damage to the planet.
Haverhill Coffee Means Business Networking Event Celebrates
MENTA the Suffolk Enterprise Agency will celebrate six months of hosting its monthly business networking event, Coffee Means Business Haverhill, in March.
For businesses, knowing what images and designs are protected by copyright and how to protect their inventions and brands via patents and trademarks can be a minefield. In a recent survey, 74% of businesses were unsure who owned the intellectual property rights to their website, logo, artwork and photographs.
MENTA and The University of Suffolk will welcome celebrity brand strategist and social media guru Phil Pallen to University of Suffolk on Wednesday 1st March for Brand New You.
The day will focus on establishing a personal brand to achieve your goals and is sponsored by MENTA, Suffolk’s business support organisation.
More than 45 business people attended Menta’s first Coffee Means Business at The Clubhouse, Bury St Edmunds.