Other Support

Other Support

Keeping the Digital Side of your Business Safe

The South West Cyber Resilience Centre is run by regional policing and funded by the Home Office. It aims to help small businesses and charities, like yours, take the basic steps that can vastly improve their online safety, securing your accounts and protecting you from hackers. By signing up to their free community, you’ll get a pack of curated guidance, and a twelve-week e-learning programme which helps you implement basic protections in a bite-sized way. You also get the opportunity of a free half hour consultation to talk things through with our cyber team, and – if you want – we can conduct uniquely affordable checks on your website and system security, thanks to our links with local universities. We know that cyber can be confusing and expensive, so we aim to help and signpost you without charge.



ACAS is an organisation devoted to preventing and resolving employment disputes. Their website contains a wealth of guidance, free tools and templates for employers. They can also provide free and confidential advice via their helpline.



Department for International Trade

Department for International Trade (DIT) is a Government Department which helps companies in the UK export their products abroad as well as encouraging foreign investment into the country. DIT has a qualified team of experienced international trade advisers that can work with you to help you realise your export potential.


Exmoor Directory

We have nearly 300 businesses so far but want you all to be featured. The directory is a vital tool to help customers find you, and to help you find other local businesses.


The Burnt Chef Project, (not just for Chefs)

4 out of 5 hospitality professionals report having experienced at least one mental health issue during their career. The Burnt Chef Project is a globally recognised not-for-profit Social Enterprise. They are fully committed to making the hospitality profession healthier and more sustainable by focussing on people’s wellbeing first.  Hospitality colleagues should be able to discuss the state of their mental health and gain support from their peers and employers.  It is important that although mental health can’t be seen it is regularly discussed and policies reviewed.  Workplace Stress Guide, Training and e-learning.



Hospitality Rising

Hospitality Rising is a collaborative movement formed by Mark McCulloch to create an innovative, world class marketing campaign that will attract new talent to the sector and shine a light on exemplar employers who are raising the bar for employee experience across the industry.

That campaign #risefastworkyoung is live and being showcased across the UK via digital ads and digital screens in all major cities. Our campaign champions the hospitality industry which lets you rise up the ranks at pace and keeps your spirit young.


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