A live Q&A to help small business owners tackle their stumbling blocks. Part of the ERDF Cheshire and Warrington Business Growth Programme.
About this Event
‘How do I close a business meeting effectively?’ ‘Can I use social media to launch a product? How?’
From new technology to the confidence to pick up the phone, when you run a small business there tend to be many little stumbling blocks each day.
And, sometimes, you can become stuck trying to solve those stumbles, going around in circles.
To help you tackle those little blocks and move onto the bigger tasks on your to-do list, we’re hosting fortnightly question and answer sessions.
It’s a chance for you to pose a question to our team, and for our team to suggest ways to move forwards.
These sessions are part of the Cheshire and Warrington Business Growth Programme but they're open to all small business owners. You don't need to be part of the programme to take part.
How the sessions work
Prefer to listen rather than take part?
We know some of you won’t want to be on camera for these live sessions. However, we think the stumbling blocks we discuss will be really helpful for many small business owners.
If you’d like to attend as a guest, just tick the box on the Eventbrite registration form. We’ll send you a link so that you can join us on the day. (We’re also recording the sessions, so you can catch-up if you can’t make the date.)
Support for SMEs: Hoping to get a new idea off the ground? Ready to grow your business?
One of the programmes we run at Manchester Met’s Centre for Enterprise is the Cheshire and Warrington Business Growth Programme.
It's a business support programme for entrepreneurs thinking about setting up a business, and small to medium-sized businesses who have been trading for over 12 months.
If you meet the eligibility criteria, there isn’t a cost for our business support as the Cheshire and Warrington Business Growth Programme is fully funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
You can find out more about our programme here.
This event is hosted by the Centre For Enterprise, Manchester Metropolitan UniversityRegister Here