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Leap into Action
Wednesday, 29 February 2012 from 10:00 to 18:00 (GMT)
Leeds, United Kingdom
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. IF YOU HAVENT BOOKED UNFORTUNATELY YOU WONT BE ABLE TO ATTEND.
Leap into Action 2012
Work ON your business, not just in it!
If you are looking to accelerate growth in your business don’t miss the ‘Leap into Action’ business support event. Aimed at owner/managers of micro or small businesses and as well as anyone thinking about starting a business, this free event will provide access to a host of providers to help you take your business to the next level.
If you are running a small business on your own it can be difficult and time consuming finding out who can help you and how. At ‘Leap into Action’ you will have access to a range of organisations providing help on getting finance, tax and national insurance, patenting and copyrights, finding affordable office space, business coaching and more.
The following organisations will be attending as exhibitors:
- Leeds, York and North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce
- Business Enterprise Fund
- Leeds City Credit Union
- Construction Leeds
- HM Customs & Revenue
- Business and Patents Information Service
- Enterprise Rockers
- Reach Further
- Direct Business Advice
- Employment Leeds
- Yorkshire Association of Business Angels
- Locate in Leeds
- Leeds Met/QU2
- Leeds City College/Factory4
- Health for All
- The Futurex Consultancy
All seminars will run on the first floor, within the exhibition area of the library. Exhibitors can be visited before/after seminars or at the lunch break.
You work hard IN your business, now it’s time to work ON it! Book your free place now.
(Book for the whole event, or individual seminars. No need to print more than one ticket).
NB: speakers may change from the advertised programme.
When & Where
Leeds City Council
Leeds City Council's Business and Patent Information Service provides a comprehensive service for all business needs.
There's a great deal of start up information as well as support for growing businesses.
They provide mailing lists, company information, market research and advice on how to protect your invention, trademarks and designs.
The Council's business and enterprise team can also help you find business premises.
This event also includes a number of other organisations who will support you in your business.