Liverpool social enterprise, The Women’s Organisation, is organising Launchpad: Starting a Business During a Pandemic, as part of the Liverpool city region Enterprise Hub programme. Tony McDonough reports
A free virtual events aimed at people in the Liverpool city region who are looking to start their own businesses is being held later this month.
Liverpool social enterprise, The Women’s Organisation, is organising Launchpad: Starting a Business During a Pandemic, taking place on Tuesday, January 12 via Zoom. The event is free but people must register to be able to attend. It is in partnership with BIPC Liverpool.
It is being held as part of the Liverpool city region’s Enterprise Hub programme, for which The Women’s Organisation is the lead agency. Enterprise Hub is part funded by European Regional Development Fund and offers free advice and guidance to those living in the city region thinking of starting a business.
Enterprise Hub support is available to individuals looking to start a business within the Liverpool city region, or businesses under 42 months looking to grow in the Liverpool city region. This Launchpad event will help you to understand the practicalities of starting your own business. If the following applies to you this webinar will prove invaluable:
- Are you thinking of starting a business but wondering if it is possible in the current climate?
- Are you looking for ways to build a new income for yourself and exploring self-employment as an option?
- Do you have business ideas you’ve never yet looked into but think now could be the time to explore?
It will help you to understand the practicalities of getting started as well as connecting you with entrepreneurs who have been there, done it and even re-adapted in the face of COVID-19. Register via Eventbrite by clicking here and a zoom link and password will be sent to you before the event by email.
If anyone has any questions about the event or the Enterprise Hub programme, The Women’s Organisation can be contacted on email@example.com