Aspiring entrepreneurs can choose to attend StartUp Workshops, a self-study with a copy of the 2013 StartUp Kit which comes complete with a friendly guide on how to get going, success stories of people who’ve done just that, and over £500 in offers from big name brands that will keep startup costs low.
It’s going to be another record-breaking year for StartUps, claims Enterprise Nation founder, Emma Jones, and she’s making sure her company is ready to serve the thousands of people who decide this is the year to start their own venture.
In partnership with IKEA, evening workshops will be held from February in stores across London in two-hour bite-size classes, as part of the launch of Ikea business. Tailor-made for any 5 to 9’er who is holding down a day job and building a business at nights and weekends, attendees receive a free copy of The StartUp Kit 2013 and admittance to the workshop is free for Ikea business card holders.
Stewart said: “We are launching Ikea business to meet the needs of an ever-expanding small business base. Many StartUps grow their businesses from home and we are on hand to provide the furnishings that enable you to turn any space, whether in the home or not, into a productive, inspiring work environment at an affordable price. A benefit to signing up to Ikea Business will be access to StartUp Workshops hosted in our London stores and we are delighted to be partnering with Enterprise Nation to deliver this.”
The StartUp Kit 2013
Not able to attend a workshop? The 2013 StartUp Kit is within easy reach via Amazon, high street stores or the Enterprise Nation website.
For £12.99 access a guide offering all the tools, tips and techniques you need when starting out, with profiles of 18 people who have successfully launched and grown their business, as well as over £500 in offers from leading brands with deals on everything from business cards to workspace and websites.