Support available for your business and your employees.
Support for your business during the coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic
Brexit Information For the lastest information from Brighton & Hove City Council
Business support Support if you're starting or running a business in the city
End unpaid trial shifts in the city Supporting a local campaign to end the practice of unpaid trial shifts in the city
Prepare your business for Brexit Support for businesses to prepare for when the UK leaves the European Union on 31 January 2020
Commercial property Find a premises for your business with contact details for local commercial agents
Brighton and Hove Economic Strategy 2018 to 2023 The 2018 to 2023 Brighton & Hove Economic Strategy provides a vision for the economy of the city and city region and an implementation plan to guide future delivery and investment.
Our commitment to the Living Wage The Brighton & Hove Living Wage Campaign aims to encourage local businesses to voluntarily pay all employees a decent hourly rate
Sustainable business Find out how to reduce the carbon footprint of your business, improve efficiency and reduce costs
Invest in Brighton & Hove What the city has to offer investors
Local economic information and data Access publicly available data on the local economy
Business crisis advice Advice for your business following a serious incident such as fire or flood
Employ an apprentice Have you considered providing an Apprenticeship opportunity within your company? Click the link to find out how, or call the National Apprenticeship Service on 08000 150 600
Brighton & Hove Local Employment Scheme A service dedicated to increasing employment opportunities in the construction industry for local people and local businesses
City Employment and Skills Plan See the priorities of the plan and what we and our partners are doing to promote jobs and opportunities for local residents