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This week, an entrepreneur wins £1,000 in a local Dragon's Den competition, a new high-tech centre opens in an enterprise hub, and a former footballer will open a coffee bar in Lincoln.
This week, Lincolnshire businesses can bid for a share of £300 million of local funding, extra funding from Sustain Lincolnshire is available for local businesses, and a food factory expansion will create hundreds of new jobs.
This week, Lincolnshire Co-op celebrates its most loyal staff, plus two new store open in Grantham and Bourne.
This week, a Lincoln mum and entrepreneur wins a national business award, an accountacy network wants to help Lincolnshire businesses, and local businesses are needed to take the VCS survey.
Trading conditions for Lincolnshire businesses are improving, particularly in sales and profitability, according to a new survey.
This week, Louth's market improved dramatically, county food factories help residents back to work, and a district council offers more support to businesses with a special event.
Lincolnshire County Council has been awarded £90,000 by Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) to help with future regeneration of remote areas of the county.
This week, a £35k grant is available for Lincolnshire not-for-profit groups, one district council supports a new business to get started, and the Co-op will celebrate Lincolnshire Day by "loving local".