Welcome Lucy Rachel Wedding and Events

November 16th 2018


New to Harborough Innovation Centre this month is Lucy Brayne of Lucy Rachel Weddings and Events. As well as weddings, Lucy organises corporate events and dinners, such as Christmas parties.

Lucy set up the company around a year ago and has spent the past few months working from home. But with business growing, she decided it was time to get herself a more formal workspace.

She set up in the one of our shared offices – the Hub – last week and is looking forward to building her business at HIC.

You can follow Lucy’s events on twitter @LucyEvent or Instagram at lucy.rachel.wedding.

If you have any questions or would like to find out more about her company, you can email her on lucy.brayne@outlook.com.

Also, new to the centre are Rubitek Solutions and Cleaning Time, both of whom we hope to feature next month.

All three companies will be able to take advantage of the many services on offer at Harborough Innovation Centre. The centre is owned and supported by Harborough District Council (HDC). As the building owner HDC also funds the Centre’s business support provision, providing the basis for expert business advice, mentoring and workshops.





May 17th 2019

IFA moves onwards and upwards

After four years at HIC, Intelligent Financial Advisory (IFA) has moved on. The team has performed so well in that time that it has finally outgrown the centre, and has taken on new offices of its own in Lutterworth.

April 15th 2019

Recruitment guru wins Harborough district business award

Caroline Hunt, of Emerald Starfish, was named the winner of the latest Pioneer 10, an awards programme funded by Harborough District Council and run out of the Harborough Innovation Centre (HIC).

April 12th 2019

Harborough business grant for apprenticeships

Thought about taking on an apprentice? Why not apply for the Harborough business grant for apprenticeships?
Businesses in the Harborough District can apply for funding to help them take on apprentices. Harborough District Council is making grants of up to £750 available to encourage apprenticeships and promote the benefits they can offer businesses.