Free business support and grant for Community Businesses

October 10th 2019

Community  businesses that are at the heart of their villages, neighbourhoods or towns and which would like free business support and a grant to help them grown?

School for Social Entrepreneurs Cornwall is now recruiting for its next Community Business Trade Up programme starting Spring 2020. I have attached the launch flyer.

The programme offers:

A free learning programme of 12 full days over 9 months from April to Dec 2020
Match Trading grant of up to £10k
A chance to meet regularly with other community businesses from across Cornwall to share ideas, make connections and peer to peer support

We are running four Information Sessions:

Wed 9 October 10am – 11am at SSE Cornwall offices, Truro click here to book

Wed 23 October 11am – 12pm at Helston Old Cattle Market click here to book

Wed 6 November 10am – 11am at Liskerrett Community Centre, Liskeard click here to book

Wed 13 November 4pm – 5pm at SSE Cornwall offices, Truro click here to book click here to book

For more information and to chat about the programme, please call me direct on 01872 306130 / 07725 835565 or email me on sally.jones@ssecornwall.org To apply online go to https://www.the-sse.org/courses/community-business/

 

 

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