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Entrepreneurs across East Staffordshire urged to access FREE high quality support and advice from the Enterprise for Success programme

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The Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP is urging businesses across East Staffordshire to take advantage of over £2m of support for new local businesses.

The Enterprise for Success programme, run by the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership (GBSLEP), offers help and advice to individuals across East Staffordshire who are thinking of starting a new business, and to fledgling businesses that are already up and running.

The flexible, free programme offers:
• One-to-one support from qualified advisors
• Business plan preparation and cash flow forecasts
• Specialist training courses covering marketing, finance, tax, business planning, e-commerce and PR
• Referral to support organisations and networks
• Support for businesses in their first year of trading
Councillor Patricia Ackroyd, Deputy Leader for Enterprise and Environment, said: “The Enterprise for Success programme is an excellent package of support aimed at budding entrepreneurs. This free programme provides one to one support from highly skilled and qualified advisors who can help you in all aspects of setting up in business. From writing business plans to preparing cashflow forecasts, you can take part in workshops that can help to set strong foundations for a thriving business”.

The next workshop will be held at the Brewhouse Arts Centre and café on Union Street in Burton upon Trent on Wednesday 19th and Thursday 20th April from 10am until 1pm. Call Blue Orchid to book on today on 0800 0323488.

For further information please speak to Kelly Kerr-Delworth at East Staffordshire Borough Council on 01283 865 625 or email Kelly.kerr-delworth@eaststaffsbc.gov.uk

Photo : Steve Tallett Burton Business Club

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