Maybe you are just starting up and are looking for ways to promote your business? Or perhaps you are an existing business owner who wants to make the leap to the next level of growth?
At the Aldershot Enterprise centre we are able to provide you with the help and services of WSX Enterprise and a wide variety of programmes from other trusted sources to help cover every need entrepreneurs might have.
This will include:
- starting your business
- growth; finance
- environmental issues
- innovation and product/service development
- marketing and sales
- websites and social media
- social enterprise development.
At any stage of business, receiving support, advice and inspiration is crucial for achieving what you’re aiming for.
Our offer, to all Aldershot Enterprise Centre tenants is a FREE Mentor for 12 months! We have case studies on companies who have used our Mentors in the past, showing how their start-up or established businesses has benefited from the experience of a Mentor-Net mentor. You can read more about the service below.
Studies show that new businesses are more likely to succeed if they receive expert advice and support, and the free two day New in Business courses deal with fundamental issues that most businesses will face.
Delivered by our experienced trainer, Chris Darlow, they’re specifically designed for those planning or who have recently started a business, and attendees are provided with an expansive start up manual.
Areas covered by the courses include:
- Getting started
- Sales and marketing
- Complying with legislation
- Cashflow and finance
- Employing people
The New in Business programme is free to attend and will be held here, at the centre. To find out when the next course is, have a look at our Events page.
For more information, or to book, contact us on 01202 607547, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mentor- Net provides high quality, experienced support to established businesses. The day to day running of a business is filled with challenges and demands that allow you little time to step back and work on its future. Whether you run a small, tight ship or a large complex SME, sometimes an outside view can make the difference to how you develop and perform, both as an individual and business.
Committing as little as a couple of hours a month to take an objective and broader view of your business can reap huge benefits for you, your business and often your turnover and profit as well.
A Mentor can help you to achieve this. Their role is to support, stimulate and challenge, using their own extensive skills, knowledge and experience to help you view your business in a different light, spot opportunities for development and implement the strategies and plans needed for the future.