A dynamic programme supporting Lancashire businesses with scaleup aspirations.

Ready to take your business to new heights? Pink Link is hosting an exclusive online information event exclusively for women-owned businesses with big dreams and even bigger ambitions! This is your golden opportunity to get your questions answered, meet like-minded women on a scale-up journey, dive into exciting opportunities and supercharge your growth journey. But hurry, space is limited!

Support is available for businesses with a minimum turnover of £1m and/or 10 full time staff, that have been expanding over the past three years (or already growing 20%) with a pipeline of 20% growth over next three years. If you don’t reach these benchmarks but have a strong growth trajectory and ambition to scale up and reach new markets, don’t be put off, click the APPLY NOW button below – you may still qualify.

Please email Coral Horn when you have completed the form and secure your spot – let’s make the magic happen together!


Scale to Thrive is delivered by the Growth Company and will help you gain a deeper understanding of the challenges facing your business and sector opportunities, covering topics such as:

  • Developing leadership capacity and capability
  • Developing the talent and skills in the business
  • Accessing markets, including internationally
  • Accessing finance for growth
  • Dealing with infrastructure demands as the business changes

Scale to Thrive will help you create a detailed Scaleup Growth Strategy and Growth Action Plan with flexible support for your business. It will also enable access to a range of opportunities to share the programme experience with other like-minded ambitious business leaders, including through masterclasses and become part of our alumni.

This service is available to businesses within the following partner local authority areas: Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council, Burnley Council, Chorley Council, Fylde Council, Hyndburn Borough Council, Pendle Borough Council, Preston City Council, South Ribble Borough Council, West Lancashire Borough Council and Wyre Council.