The Black Country Chamber Start-Up Business Club (SUBC) and Start Up Dudley are hosting an event on Wednesday 6 October for businesses within two years of trading or for anyone in the early stages of thinking of becoming self-employed.
The event is being held as part of the Black Country Business Festival and is taking place at the Dudley Archives and Local History Centre in Tipton Road, Dudley from 10am – 12.30pm.
The Black Country Business Festival is an annual, ten-day festival incorporating over a hundred free business events that take place throughout the Black Country. It is taking place this year from Monday 4 to Friday 15 October.
Events of all descriptions are staged by local businesses to help business growth, challenge and stimulate, and to draw attention to the region.
The Start-Up Business Club was created to help local people make new connections, learn from experienced professionals and develop the skills and understanding needed to take a new business venture to the next level.
Start Up Dudley is a three-stage support programme designed to help new businesses in the Dudley borough.
The SUBC and Start Up Dudley event is aimed at start-ups and will provide advice and guidance to help businesses scale up, as well as support for individuals wishing to take their first step towards starting a business.