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New Enterprise Club Launches In South East London To Help Budding Entrepreneurs
A new Enterprise Club, where budding entrepreneurs can get business support and advice and build local contacts is being launched in Woolwich.
Paul Hills, who set up the South East London Enterprise Club said:
“New businesses represent the future of our economy, so we need to make sure that unemployed people with a good idea get the support they need to move into self-employment.”
“New entrepreneurs and small business owners in South East London will be able to swap ideas, receive training and get help from experienced professionals.”
The Enterprise Club will meet on 1 February 2013 and every two weeks following at Wellesley House, Royal Arsenal, SE18 6SS from 9am with each session lasting 1½ to 2 hours.
SELEC is being supported by Simpson Wreford & Co, Chartered Accountants, who have been supporting businesses since 1886 and have a wealth of experience when it comes to assist start-ups and small businesses.
If you would like to find out more information about the South East London Enterprise Club, attend or find out how you or your company could get involved in it, please contact Paul Hills on 020 8317 6460 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note to editors
Enterprise Clubs are part of the government’s Big Society programme, which aims to create a new generation of volunteers who will deliver the support and services that their communities need.