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Free Business Start Up Course – Spring 2017

STRIVE Spring 2017

The Strive business start up scheme has helped dozens of people just like you to start their own businesses. Now is your chance to join a team of start ups and experts to get your company kick-started.

At Strive a team of experienced entrepreneurs will help guide you through every step of creating a successful business, sharing their own stories and giving you hints and tips along the way. No qualifications or experience is needed, just a passion for what you do.

The Business Start-up training is provided by Enterprise Cube, who specialise in providing a unique programme of dynamic, practical and interactive learning to help people start their own businesses. More than 100 residents in RBWM who have graduated from the course in the past 3 years are now running their businesses.

The course is free and open to residents of the Royal Borough who are 18+.

It is delivered over 12 one day workshops between September and November, and will teach delegates the fundamentals of starting your own business.
• Researching the market
• Raising money to start a business
• Starting up
• Who to ask for help
• Finance and support
• Business planning
• Managing risks
• Sales and Marketing
• Identifying and overcoming barriers that prevent business start-up

Taster Day
There is a taster day running on Friday 28th April 2017 from 11.00 – 13.00 at the Town Hall in Maidenhead which will give you a bit more insight into what the course covers and help you decide if the course is suitable for you. You can meet the tutors and ask any questions you have before deciding if the course is for you.

To find out more please come along to the taster day running on Friday 28th April 2017 from 11.00 – 13.00 at the Town Hall, Desborough suite.

To book your place on the taster or for more details, please contact a member of the Grow Our Own team on: 01628 685661

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