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Over 50 and want to start a business? These events are for you!

Over 50 and want to start a business? These events are for you!
Enterprise Nation
Enterprise Nation
Enterprise Nation
 

Posted: Wed 13th May 2015

Enterprise Nation announces two full-day workshops in London and Birmingham for anyone considering investing a pension pot in a new business or wanting to follow a new direction in life that brings with it freedom and flexibility. Specifically tailored for anyone aged over 50 wanting to become their own boss.

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According to the latest Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, entrepreneurial activity in the over-50s has overtaken the growth in young entrepreneurs over the past 2 years. People in their over 50s are not only starting businesses, they're staying in business too with the majority looking to grow and thrive.

Join the Enterprise 50+ Revolution!

Enterprise Nation founder, Emma Jones, and seasoned trainer, Kathy Ennis, will host two one-day events in August filled with the information and inspiration you need on how to start and grow a business in your over 50s.

The morning session will be led by Emma Jones, and cover:

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  • How to come up with an idea

  • Writing a business plan

  • Raising money

  • Accounting basics (delivered by a member of ICAEW)

  • Creating a home on the web

The afternoon, led by Kathy Ennis, will cover:

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  • Making sales

  • PR and Marketing

  • Email marketing

  • Keeping customers and attracting them back

The day will finish with an interview with a 50+ entrepreneur.

Simply choose your location, sign up, and we look forward to seeing you on the day!

 
Enterprise Nation
Enterprise Nation
Enterprise Nation
 
Enterprise Nation has helped thousands of people start and grow their businesses. Led by founder, Emma Jones CBE, Enterprise Nation connects you to the resources and expertise to help you succeed.
 

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