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Would-be entrepreneurs in Thamesmead offered support

PUBLISHED: 12:31 05 April 2016 | UPDATED: 12:31 05 April 2016

Pop up Business School students

Pop up Business School students

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Residents are being invited to sign up to support available

A free, ten-day course for entrepreneurs in Thamesmead is being put on by a local agency.

Pop Up Business School, working with Trust Thamesmead will run next month.

From May 9 to May 20 the course will give advice with workshops including how to start a business with no money.

CEO of Peabody, the company behind Trust Thamesmead, Stephen Howlett said: “Peabody aims to provide more than just homes for people living in Thamesmead.

“We want to build thriving communities and truly believe that by offering this entrepreneur course we will be empowering people to overcome barriers and find the confidence to set up their own business and help them reach their full potential.

Taster sessions in the lead-up to the ten-day course are also being held and will give residents the chance to find out more:

April 11, 10am – 4pm, The Link Thamesmead, Bazalgette Way off Harrow Manor Way, Thamesmead, SE2 9BS

April 15, 12 – 6pm, Thames Innovation Centre, 2 Veridion Way, DA18 4AL

April 22, 10am – 4pm, Thames Innovation Centre, 2 Veridion Way, DA18 4AL

May 3, 3 – 8pm, The Link Thamesmead, Bazalgette Way off Harrow Manor Way, Thamesmead, SE2 9BS

Residents can reserve their place by contacting Henry Nicholson at Pop Up Business School, T: 07971 938676, E: henry@popupbusinessschool.co.uk or online, www.popupbusinessschool.co.uk/thamesmead


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