Trainers from Leeds Beckett’s University Business Centres will lead the session – on Thursday 15 March, from 1-4pm, in room 303, Calverley Building, City Campus – sharing the key things you need to know to get started on your own.
From research and marketing to legal set-up and financial planning, expert help and advice will help you turn your ideas into reality.
The workshop is open to all Leeds Beckett students, graduates and anyone who is thinking about starting up a business, becoming self-employed or working freelance.
Kirstie Frenneaux, University Business Centre Manager at Leeds Beckett, explained: “Increasing numbers of students are looking at self-employment as a future career option but for many the process of starting-up can seem complex and daunting.
“Our workshop aims to provide you with a simple guide covering everything from the legal aspects of starting up - such as tax and company formation - through to practical tips on how to launch your product or service into the marketplace.”
For more information, and to book your place, please click here.
This workshop is supported by Leeds Beckett partners, Lupton Fawcett and WGN, and is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) AD:VENTURE programme, which provides business support and expertise to young businesses with an ambition to grow.