Explore Your Business Idea: Ethnic Minority Focused Workshop – Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough Council

About this in-person workshop

Sign up now & secure your spot for an empowering workshop, delivered in collaboration with the Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship Network (EMEEN) and Enterprise NI, as part of Go Succeed NI.

We firmly believe that ethnic minorities of NI are significantly part of Northern Ireland’s economy. This workshop is crafted to provide focused workshop and support for aspiring ethnic minority entrepreneurs.  Join us in this exclusive initiative, and let’s embark on a journey of success together. Sign up now to be a part of this transformative experience!

What to Expect:

🌟 Explore Your Business Idea: Get insights on shaping and refining your business concept.

🌟 Discover Free Business Support: Learn about available resources to kickstart your business journey.

Why Attend?

– Get help to explore your business Idea.

– Gain valuable insights from experienced speakers.

– Access to free business support like mentoring, funding, Import & Export.

Who Should Attend?

– Economically active and inactive Ethnic Minority Groups

This Go Succeed workshop is open to all individuals in the early stages of their business, located in the Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council and neighbouring Council areas and facilitated by Enterprise Northern Ireland.

Our chosen venue is fully accessible, ensuring that everyone can join us for an inclusive workshop experience, with free on-site parking available.

Registration instructions: This event is free for individuals.  Please note, your email confirmation and eTicket will come from noreply@glistrr.com, please add this to your list of trusted accounts to prevent information landing in your junk folder. Please have your eTicket available to scan on arrival to the venue.

Should you have any accessibility requirements that we should be aware of, please get in touch with una.mckeague@enterpriseni.com.  Please note,
photographs may be captured on the day for social media. If you are uncomfortable with your photo being taken, kindly inform a staff member on arrival.

This workshop is brought to you as part of Go Succeed NI.  Go Succeed represents a significant investment in local entrepreneurs and businesses, funded by the UK Government and powered by the UK Levelling Up Fund. Enterprise Northern Ireland is delighted to partner with the 11 local councils to deliver Go Succeed Start Up business support across Northern Ireland.

Location:

Mallusk Enterprise Hub, Mallusk Enterprise Park, Newtownabbey, BT36 4GN

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