Where to Get Business Start-Up Advice

woman-holding-start-up-signWhether you need practical advice about hiring, finance, employing staff or IT, or access to accelerator programs for hands-on coaching, there are a variety of organisations in place to support startups.

Entrepreneurial Spark – Funded by private capital, this not-for-profit social enterprise is now the world’s largest free business accelerator.

Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) – The FSB focuses on helping small businesses via advice, insurance, banking, networking and lobbying. Their Business Creation package offers a wealth of benefits for startups for £133.

New Entrepreneurs Foundation – Combining training, mentoring and coaching, this competitive program selects only 30 individuals per year to receive an intensive training for success.

Unltd – This accelerator is aimed specifically at socially focused entrepreneurs. Visit their site to learn about their funding, mentoring investment and support.

Chambers of Commerce – Your local chamber of commerce is a great place to start. These organizations are well connected to local business communities and are ideal places for advice, networking and training support.


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