Start Your Own Business Course No 2 Spring 2021

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Commencing Tue 2nd March for 5 weeks over 10 dates
6,30pm - 9.00pm
Start Your Own Business

This 10 day training course is to help an Entrepreneur become 'start-up' ready, focusing on how to prepare business plans, what market research and marketing tools are available, how to manage cash flow and making the most out of technology. If you are setting up your own business for the first time, this is a practical course which will give you an understanding of all the requirements and challenges you are likely to encounter.

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This online programme is to provide participants with the skills to assess the viability of their business ideas and provide a strong understanding of the essential elements involved in setting up and running your own business

Dates and Times:

This Start Your Own Business Course will be delivered on line on the following dates:
Dates: 2nd, 4th, 9th, 11th, 16th, 18th, 23rd, 25th, 30th March & 1st April
Time: 6.30pm - 9.00pm (Finish times may vary slightly per day)

Modules to be covered include:

  • Regulations, legal requirements, tax, law and insurance.
  • Developing your Business Plan / Lean Canvas Model.
  • Identifying, understanding and researching the target market.
  • Employment law.
  • Financial planning (pricing, costing etc) and sources of finance.
  • Promoting your Business and building the brand.
  • Basic Book-keeping.
  • Digital marketing for your Business.
  • Maximise your website to increase sales – content writing and imagery. Video Marketing.
  • Developing the sales pitch.

Please Note:

Due to the limited number of spaces available, this programme is limited to Businesses based in Kilkenny (City and County) only.
If you are from outside this region and are interested in a programme similar to what we are offering, we would kindly request that you get in touch with the Local Enterprise Office in your region and they will advise you if they are planning to run a similar programme. Thank you for your co-operation.