Growing your business? Your support guide to workshops, online intensives, and 1-2-1 mentorship
As well workshops and advice, the support stretches to funding to help your business grow. This is particularly useful for those who are struggling with the upfront costs, to set up a website or marketing strategy, for instance. Business Hothouse can cover the cost for a specialist to do it for you.
If you like to know more about the free courses on offer and funding opportunities you can; join their emailer, look them up on social media, or give them a call on 01243 812041.
There are some great options available to you if you want to join a workshop or mentoring session, including face to face and online sessions. Available in key cities along the Coast-to-Capital area.
If you are under 30 years old you will be eligible to book onto the free Prince’s Trust start-up program. The Princes Trust Start-up Program supports 18-30 year-olds who would like to learn how to start a business.
You can book your free place on The Prince’s Trust workshops by telephoning 0800 842 842 or visit, www.princes-trust.org.uk/help-for-young-people/support-starting-business
If you are older than thirty, the University of Chichester’s free How to Start a Start-up Boot Camp is the one. At the Boot Camp, you will receive an expert-led 12-hour program providing you with what you need to grow your business. You can access this intensive in two different mediums; a live interactive set of daily two hour workshops or a two-day in-person intensive course in a south coast location.
You can book your free place on either of these via The Business Hothouse Eventbrite page. If the option you wish to attend is not yet listed, please keep checking the page for updates or connect with us on Social Media.
The Business Hothouse is a free support program for businesses and start-ups. They aim to support small to medium businesses with free workshops,intensivesandindividual mentoring sessions. Focusing on; perfecting your productivity; finding funding that works for you; developing your leaders.
Over lockdown, there has been a lot of business activity; renovations, inventions and discussions. This flurry of behind the scenes work has left some people itching to get started and others wondering where the time went. Individuals started to question their productivity and time management. As I can attest to myself, we became too focused on what we weren’t achieving. Even though business was next to non- existent, it was stressful for many who felt behind, stuck, or blaming themselves for not coming up with the next Facebook.
Suppose you found yourself only putting together ideas about a new business or deconstructing your old one. Or if you have started a business recently. Even if you haven’t started and fancy finding an idea that fits your values, then the Business Hothouse can help you.