A scheme to deliver free business advice and support continues at Ferneham Hall on Monday 7 September.
Fareham Council has teamed up with small business experts Enterprise First who run and host the events. The scheme was launched in the wake of the 'Fareham First for Business' free business training and mentoring scheme held in March of this year.
Building on the success of the last two sessions, September will feature Gareth Scadden from Spinnaker IPO, speaking about intellectual property and Luke Bailey from Globeus Training talking about taking on apprentices.
Each month, two expert speakers share their knowledge, provide tips, advice and answer questions on a variety of relevant topics all necessary to running a thriving business.
Enterprise First Business Adviser, Julie Easterbrook says: "Our mission is to address some of the commonly sought after areas of business advice and to demystify others. By providing local experts within an informal setting, people feel able to ask questions freely to help move their businesses forward."
Executive Leader of Fareham Borough Council, Cllr Seán Woodward says: "It has been great to hear that these business support sessions are so well attended and I am pleased to see such a range of business topics being covered. I would encourage anyone with an interest in enterprise to go along, get some free advice and hopefully meet some useful business contacts for the future."
The early evening sessions take place between 6pm and 7:30pm.
Free tea and coffee will be provided and there will be an opportunity for networking with other attendees. We anticipate strong support for these events and would encourage early booking; please therefore register your attendance prior to the event at: http://www.enterprisefirst.co.uk/events-workshops/
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