Local would-be entrepreneurs attended a business start-up course at the College of West Anglia in Downham Market yesterday. The course is part of the Enterprise Norfolk initiative, delivered by business support specialists TCHC, and was entirely free to residents in the area thanks to funding from Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk and Norfolk County Council.
Business start-up support specialists TCHC, are delivering a local support programme designed to assist budding entrepreneurs from Downham Market. The programme, which forms part of the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk’s Enterprise Norfolk project, will allow residents to access free informative workshops, mentoring and support, covering all the points they need to consider when becoming self-employed or setting up their own business.
Hours: Flexible including Full & Part Time opportunities
Location: Various across East of England Region*
This programme received funding through our ESF funded Community Grants Programme.
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