Business Programmes

These Programmes support all stages of Business within the city, from skills training, to start-up, to further development.

100 in 100

Creating 100 roles for young people in Portsmouth’s businesses in 100 days, between 1st March and 6th June 2021.

Crowdfund Portsmouth

Crowdfund Portsmouth provides a crowdfunding platform for people and organisations in the Portsmouth area.

Cyber Safe City

The Portsmouth Cyber Safe City project is empowering small businesses across the region to make smarter security decisions.

Kickstart

Offering a six-month work placement to those between the ages of 16 and 24, and claiming some form of Universal Credit.

Workplace Health & Wellbeing

Shaping and its partners will create a set of sustainable programmes for our city’s businesses that supports them in improving the health and wellbeing of their employees.
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Crowdfund Portsmouth

Crowdfund Portsmouth provides a crowdfunding platform for people and organisations in the Portsmouth area.

Cyber Safe City

The Portsmouth Cyber Safe City project is empowering small businesses across the region to make smarter security decisions.

Workplace Health & Wellbeing

Shaping and its partners will create a set of sustainable programmes for our city’s businesses that supports them in improving the health and wellbeing of their employees.

100 in 100

Creating 100 roles for young people in Portsmouth’s businesses in 100 days, between 1st March and 6th June 2021.

Kickstart

Offering a six-month work placement to those between the ages of 16 and 24, and claiming some form of Universal Credit.

Business News

Portsmouth International Port’s recently extended berth is to be given the ceremonial name of ‘The Ayrton Berth’, after the British engineer, mathematician, physicist, suffragette and inventor Hertha Ayrton, who was born in Portsmouth. Completion of the port’s multi-million pound
Abri’s Employment Service engaged with 34 people through their Abri Work Academy (AWA), resulting in 30 jobs across the weekend. This included a group of Sudanese young people and many from disadvantaged backgrounds. AWA’s see them working in partnership