Flying Start For Businesswomen
The deadline for submission of applications for the first national Flying Start Programme for Women is fast approaching.
Women of any age who are current final year students, recent graduates and post-graduates (within the last 10 years) have until 21st November 2007 to submit their application.
The programme includes all the support and training needed to turn any idea into a business within 12 months.
The programme is free and any one planning to start and base a business in the UK is welcome to apply (please see website for eligibility criteria).
It is also open to those who have just started trading within the last 6 months.
The programme includes a 3 day residential course (all food and accommodation included), 12 months personal mentoring and top-up meetings for fine tuning help.
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