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Calling all entrepreneurs: Free course

Ealing Council is offering to help residents build the skills they need to start their own business with a free course, in collaboration with the Pop-up Business School.

The course has a track record of inspiring entrepreneurs and aims to encourage local people to turn their passions into businesses. This one-week workshop will show residents how to start a business with no money, build a website for free, and provide advice on sales and marketing, finding customers, managing social media and understanding taxes, company structure and legal challenges.

Councillor Jasbir Anand, the council’s cabinet member for business and community services, said: “As part of our commitment to opportunities and living incomes, we want to ensure all residents are making the most of the economic opportunities in the borough.

“I would encourage anyone with a dream of running their own business to take this course. I believe the course will support people to gain the practical knowledge and the confidence they need to develop their entrepreneurial ideas to realise their aspirations.”

Interested in attending?

The course is open to anyone who wants to start kick-start their own business and make a living doing something they have a passion for. Spend five days, in a room full of like-minded individuals, making the strongest start to your business you can.

Organised by the Pop-Up Business School and supported by Ealing Council, the workshop will run between 10am – 3pm at On Route in South Ealing (46 South Ealing Road, W5 4QA) from Monday, 9 September to Friday, 13 September 2019.

Anyone in Ealing who would like to learn new skills, has a business idea or a new business can book a place on the course and receive practical advice and training. Places are limited, to register and find out more visit www.popupbusinessschool.co.uk/ealing

Visit www.ealingworkwest.com to find out more about jobs, training and employment opportunities in Ealing.

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