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Self employment programme at Circle 33 Housing Association

posted 28 Oct 2013, 06:05 by pardoarmando@aol.com

“The trainer went above and beyond normal expectation, conducting a one to one session, carrying out research on my behalf, giving helpful suggestions, sending emails with useful templates. Would highly recommend this course and trainer”

“The programme has been incredibly useful with lots of excellent tips and help. It’s helped me put my business plan together, understand the financials and given me the confidence to go forward”

These were some of the comments – all highly positive – provided by the people who participated in the short programme of business training and mentoring support that came to an end last Thursday, 24th October. Delivered by ACBBA and organised in partnership with Circle 33 Housing Association, the programme was designed to help residents of the housing association interested in starting a business gain a sound understanding of self-employment and acquire the tools to review and fine tune their business ideas. At least three new enterprises covering childcare, language services and fashion retail, are well on course to get started over the next six months. At ACBBA we are determined to see these emerging entrepreneurs continue to receive the practical support they might need to launch and establish their businesses.

For more information about the business programme contact Armando armandopardo@communitybasedbusiness.co.uk
 
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