Eastern Enterprise Hub Colchester invites would-be entrepreneurs to sign-up for Inspiring Enterprie programme
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The Eastern Enterprise Hub Colchester is now recruiting for the next Inspiring Enterprise 2016 programme, which will be starting in Nvoember.
Inspiring Enterprise 2016 is a dynamic and engaging free course for start-up entrepreneurs who want to launch and monetise their business ideas.
It enables entrepreneurs to develop everything they need to know about running their own enterprise, and is built around the hub’s proven methodology involving high-level knowledge transfer between the “student entrepreneurs” and successful business leaders.
The programme covers areas including creative thinking, business planning, finance, pitching your idea, growing your business network and analysing your market.
As well as receiving expert business advice throughout the course, participants will also be able to pitch for cash prizes of up to £2,000 to further develop their business idea.
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The course is fully sponsored by the Essex Innovation Programme (EIP), a no fee programme which is run by Essex County Council, helping small to medium-sized companies and start-ups to develop and exploit creative and innovative commercial development ideas
Anyone interested in joining the course is advised to apply promply. For further details call 01473 527100 or email Heidi Love on email@example.com .
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