The Sir Thomas White Loan Charity (STW) hosted its first-ever event for aspiring business owners at Friars Mill on Wednesday 31 October, forming part of the 2018 Leicester Business Festival.
‘Challenges and Triumphs of Business Start-Up’ allowed delegates to hear first-hand accounts of the journey experienced by two young business owners within Leicester, in addition to accessing insightful information regarding business planning, creating a financial forecast and the interest-free financial support available through The Sir Thomas White Loan Charity.
Speaking at the event were business loan borrowers and STW ambassadors, Hannah Myatt – owner of Skytribe Dance Studio, and Lee Tomes, who owns Orange Fox Productions.
Join The Sir Thomas White Loan Charity for an event not to be missed for any young or aspiring business owner in Leicestershire.
Forming part of the 2018 Leicester Business Festival, the event – Challenges and Triumphs of Business Start-Up – takes place at Friars Mill from 9.30am on Wednesday 31 October 2018 and is completely FREE OF CHARGE to attend.
The three-hour long event is perfect for those aged between 18 and 34 who want to start, or have recently started, their own business.
Those in attendance will hear first-hand from young businesses who have experienced the challenges and triumphs of starting a business within Leicestershire, making the leap as a young person to become self-employed.
As part of the forthcoming Leicester Business Festival, David Howard – Chair of Trustees at The Sir Thomas White Loan Charity – will be delivering a talk to students at Leicester College on Monday 23 October.
The 2015 Leicester Business Festival (LBF) commenced on Monday 26th October and will run until Friday 6th November, and the Sir Thomas White Loan Charity is supporting two of the many events taking place.
Both of these are free to attend, and will provide a range of business owners and budding entrepreneurs the chance to develop their knowledge.