Better Business for All

The council is looking to improve the way it delivers services for business though the government’s Better Business for All (BBfA) programme. We want to support business growth by identifying the issues facing local businesses and shaping the provision of our services to support this. Whilst we can’t change the regulations themselves we can change the way in which our services are delivered.

To find out how it has been working for Winchester based businesses download the Better Business for All case studies and improvements below.

If you would like to receive a copy of the Better Business for All Programme of Work contact, Winchester City Council’s Better Business Project Officer, at

As part of our Better Business for All programme of work the council has organised social media training for food businesses.

Date: Tuesday 7 February 2017
Time: 9am to midday
Venue: Workstead, 4b, The Foundry, London Rd, Kings Worthy, Winchester SO23 7QN
Cost: £25 if booked before 31 December 2016 or £35 if booked after this date.

If you were on social media what could you do with it?

Designed especially for those in food businesses this workshop explains how you can make the most out of social media and includes:

  • understanding which social media platform will work best for you
  • learning about engaging with your local population
  • finding out how to encourage and respond to reviews
  • offering deals which are exclusive to social media followers
  • collecting e-mail addresses to keep in touch

Delivered by experienced marketing and social media consultant and trainer Jane Buswell, this workshop is bound to be popular. So don’t miss out – book your place today by clicking here.