An online day of free talks and practical advice sessions designed to get business ideas off to a flying start is being presented on Start-Up Day 2020. Hull Libraries’ Business and IP Centre, in collaboration with the British Library, invites local fledging entrepreneurs to benefit.
Sue Pleasance, Enterprise and IP Development Manager at Hull Libraries, shared details of what is on offer on Start-Up Day 2020:
“The British Library is leading a revolution by inspiring a thriving community of new and existing business owners. It’s free to join and open to everyone. And since earlier this year, it has been fully available online.
“We are back for 2020 with our biggest day of the year, Start-up Day, Thursday 19th November. Whether you’re just starting out, need advice on sales in the current climate, or are ready to take the next step, join us online for our annual day of free business support. Feel free to pick and choose from our jam-packed schedule of inspirational talks and sessions, jump around between the different breakout rooms, find events local to you across the country, or else settle in for the full day.”
The day will offer attendees an opportunity to learn from those leading the sessions, whilst also networking with others that are attending the online event.
Events are being hosted across the country, and shared together online, creating an opportunity to meet a wider breadth of people than ever before.
BIPC Hull offer bespoke 1:1 support, workshops and advice clinics. They’re also about to deliver a series of training sessions – the Business Night School – in partnership with Build Your Business Training. The series starts on 16th November.
Find out more, and register, here: Start-Up Day 2020
Start-Up Day 2020 is sponsored and supported by Santander.
Website: Business & IP Centre Hull
[Jerome Whittingham – editor HULL IS THIS]