Kick-start your business

A campaign to help young entrepreneurs get their businesses off to a flying start has kicked off in London.


A campaign to help young entrepreneurs get their businesses off to a flying start has kicked off in London.

A campaign to help young entrepreneurs get their businesses off to a flying start has kicked off in London.

The ‘Start It Up’ campaign and roadshow, run by the London Development Agency and Business Link for London is looking to encourage young people, black and minority ethnic entrepreneurs, women and the disabled community to start their own businesses.

The roadshow will be visiting over 20 locations in London during October and November, where you can tap into a team of experts for information and advice on starting a business.

“We all have business ideas but it is having the courage and support to be able to put your idea into action that is the hardest thing. To know there is someone there you can talk to is vital,” commented Simon Woodruffe, founder of restaurant chain Yo! Sushi, who was speaking at the launch of the campaign.

For more information on the campaign and on the venues and dates for the roadshow, visit www.businesslink4london.com/siu.

(11/10/04)

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