If you did not see the Sutton Guardian article on new businesses in Sutton read on!If you have just started a new business or thinking of starting a new business in Sutton, why not attend the ‘Start Up Sutton’ launch event at 6pm Tuesday the 21st of January at the ‘Uno Tapas’ restaurant in Sutton High Street. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with business experts and other local business start ups, receive guidance on funding and can sample some local tapas and a glass of wine. The Start Up Sutton Scheme aims to provide entrepreneurs with the support they need in developing their ideas through a series of workshops, one to one clinics and ongoing support from specialist advisors. Branduin Business Support will provide a pivotal role is providing this expert business advice so that new businesses get of to a great start.
The scheme is being run by ‘Opportunity Sutton’, an initiative by Sutton Council’s Economic Renewal and Regeneration Unit, who have been charged to ensure that the Council can deliver real solutions to the challenges being faced by modern business. Councillor Jayne McCoy, said:
“This is a great opportunity for the people of Sutton to realise their dreams of running their own business. Whether they are thinking about running their own cafe or cake baking business, manufacturing a new gadget or writing their very own app, Start Up Sutton can provide expert help from business advisors and start up specialists. I encourage all residents that are interested in starting their own business or have just started their own business and need some guidance to register for the programme and come along to the launch event on 21 January 2014.”
To find out more, visit: http://www.opportunitysutton.org/
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