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Starting your own business


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Do you have ideas for a business? Would like to be an entrepreneur but don’t know where to start?

Take a look at the video below for the facts on working for yourself.

http://youtu.be/s5Z1Lxx7xAc?list=PL8EcnheDt1zjoRLU0I8WEKqqNzdR3w2xI

Check out a range of websites which provide free help and advice, resources and tips to help you unleash your business ideas:

  • Shell Livewire
    The UK's biggest online community for young entrepreneurs (aged 16-30) who are starting or running their own business – with help on things like business plans and market research.

  • Princes Trust enterprise programme
    Practical and financial support and help with developing key workplace skills.

  • Starting up a business
    Advice on how to start a business including tips on market research and where to find funding. Or call the Business Link helpline on 0845 600 9006.

  • Best way to sell to customers
    Watch a short film on the Gov.uk website for tips on the best ways to sell to customers.

  • Eastern Enterprise Hub
    The Eastern Enterprise Hub is responsible for creating tomorrow's entrepreneurs! 

    You can take part in the School for Social Entrepreneurs Suffolk, the Enterprise Academy, 5th Floor Business Networking Club or the Enterprise Superstars campaign.

    Check out EEHubTV for video guides for entrepreneur
  • Business in you
    Government, the StartUp Britain campaign and other partners are working together to support new business startups and growth.

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