Would your business benefit from an action-packed day with real business experts? Could you improve the way you run your business? Are you ready to get ahead?
Then clear your diary for the biggest female business event in the South West! Brought to you by Enterprising Women, the UK’s largest non-profit community dedicated to female entrepreneurship.
The 'Women's Start Up Project' will be run by Young Enterprise, the UK's largest enterprise education charity, and will be focused on giving students the skills to start up their own business in tourism, hospitality and creative industries sectors.
Britain is bursting with high growth businesses that are pushing the UK economy slowly skywards, creating jobs and innovating sectors right across the UK. Smarta is launching the Santander Breakthrough 50 awards. Smarta are bringing together the top entrepreneurs from each region, and asking them to reveal the blueprint to building their high growth businesses.
You'll be joined by entrepreneurs who have started and grown fantastic...
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The Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship transforms the entrepreneurial aspirations of ambitious individuals into real action and new enterprises. The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning are offering an excellent opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs and prospective candidates to discover more about this programme at their Open Day in Cambridge. It's a great chance to hear from an experienced entrepreneur...
At present, employers pay an employee who has been signed of sick £86.70 per week. Once the SSP exceeds 13% of the total National Insurance bill for the period, employers can reclaim it under current guidelines known as the Percentage Threshold Scheme (PTS).
Designed as a disaster relief scheme for small employers, PTS helped those who could not afford to bear the cost when too many workers were off sick.
The Government programme helps small businesses get expert advice on -
Start-Up Loans are funded by the Government both for people starting up and new businesses trading for less than one year. They are easy to apply for and typically people borrow between £2,000 and £10,000, although there is no limit. Our parent company YTKO has now been approved as a national provider of Start-up Loans, which means that Enterprising Women can now bring them to you!
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