Restaurant Hub

We’re giving small businesses across the UK access to an exclusive e-learning course to help them recover from the effects of the pandemic, build a more sustainable venture and, ultimately, grow *.

Delivered via a dedicated hub on Enterprise Nation, the course covers everything from making sales and accessing finance to creating a brand and building a motivated team.

Step 1 - Sign up

If you’re a small business on Uber Eats in the UK (with up to five sites), you’re eligible to take part.

Step 2 - Start learning

There's over two hours’ worth of content to get stuck into – covering everything from sales and marketing to finance – delivered in bite-sized chunks.

Step 3 - Receive ongoing support

All participants will be given one year’s free access to Enterprise Nation, where they can access timely expert advice, build new connections, and attend exclusive events.

Can I enrol?

The Restaurant Hub is available to any Uber Eats restaurant partner with up to five sites.

How does it work?

Via a dedicated hub on the Enterprise Nation platform, restaurant owners using Uber Eats can sign up to e-learning courses and content curated by entrepreneurs and experts in the restaurant industry, designed specifically to help restaurants recover from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

*Offer available for restaurants with five locations or fewer and an active Uber Eats account in the UK. Uber reserves the right to withdraw, suspend, or amend the offer, including in respect of any individual restaurant, where it becomes necessary to do so as determined in its sole discretion.

Why Uber and Enterprise Nation have partnered

Uber is passionate about supporting the drivers and couriers who use its platform, during what has been a particularly testing time. It also cares deeply about the small businesses and restaurants on its Uber Eats platform.

That’s why it’s teamed up with Enterprise Nation – the UK’s most active small business network – to co-design three support programmes: one for drivers and couriers using the Uber app, one for restaurants on Uber Eats, and another for aspiring food entrepreneurs.

Further, Enterprise Nation is offering all applicants to the programmes free membership to its platform – and all the ongoing support and advice it offers – for 12 months.

Frequently asked questions

Uber is passionate about supporting the drivers and couriers who use its app, small businesses and making the UK a great place to start and grow a business. Uber and Enterprise Nation have teamed up to provide three support programmes: one for drivers and couriers who use the Uber app, one for small businesses on Eats, and another for aspiring food entrepreneurs.
The online course is designed to help your business not only recover from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, but grow sustainably. There are 12 modules and over two hours of videos to get stuck into with topics including: marketing, social media, how to attract new customers, cashflow management and how to develop a growth mindset. The e-learning is delivered in bite-size chunks so you can learn at your own pace. You can access the Restaurant Hub e-learning today!
It’s free! We are offering restaurants and small businesses (with five or less sites) on Uber Eats access to Enterprise Nation membership and ongoing support for 12 months, at no cost.
With free membership to Enterprise Nation you will benefit from access to advice, exclusive offers, a personalised support dashboard and local meet-ups. You will also receive additional benefits including:
  • Dedicated Groups set up on Enterprise Nation to connect and engage with other small businesses on Uber Eats
  • Free calls with accountants and advisers
  • Facilitated introductions to sources of finance: from local council grant programmes to start-up loans
Enterprise Nation is a vibrant community of small businesses and business advisers that exist to shortcut your route to trusted business support. Whether you’re starting or growing a business, we have the resources, expertise, and connections to help you get it right.