This FREE ONLINE startup workshop is designed to increase your chances of success.
It runs from 9.30am to 12.30pm (London time) and everybody is welcome!
If you are thinking about starting a business, this workshop is definitely for you!
Too many early-stage businesses fail in the early stages - make sure you are not one of them.
Open to everyone, our sole aim is to increase your chances of success. We do that by explaining:
There are no catches, hidden costs or hidden ulterior motives!
It would be impossible to cover everything in three hours but we will do our best to share the most important considerations.
Here are the next available dates.
Friday 24th November 2023
Friday 15th December 2023
Reserve your space by completing the form and we will send you a Zoom link closer to the time.
We have worked with 100s (if not 1000's) of startups and are happy to help anyone regardless of where they are on their business journey. Having said that, it is far easier to make sure that a business is heading in the right direction when it starts than trying to get it back on course later on.
We do offer ongoing support at a very reasonable cost (and in some local authority areas, this is free!) but there is no obligation to take this up, nor do we try and sell it to you.
The IncuHive Group is a business incubation and co-working organisation that offers business support, mentoring, start‐up investment, networking, training, office space, and desk space. We have a dedicated full-time team who work on the delivery of our support and mentoring services, which are at the heart of everything we do.
Start Your Own Business was formed in 2005 to help anyone running their own business or thinking of doing so. The aim then, and now, is to provide a useful selection of FREE start-up resources and to highlight the support that is available in each area on a LOCAL basis.
As they say "you don't know what you don't know!"
Quite by accident, I discovered at an early age that it is possible to make money whilst doing something that you enjoy.
"As a pupil at an all boys school, myself and a mate decided that we would run a school disco in the hope that we might meet some local girls! The event was planned with military precision (well, that's my story and I am sticking to it), it was a great success and made a tidy profit. From that moment on (or probably long before that) my interest in academic work was replaced with the desire to enter the big wide world of enterprise."
"The story from there includes some success but also one or two ventures that did not go to plan (selling Christmas trees door-to-door was not one of my better ideas!). This first hand experience combined with almost 20 years of working with hundreds of start-ups has reinforced my love of enterprise but also stirred a desire to ensure that others have the best possible chance of success by sharing both what to do and what to avoid."