Need help setting up your own business?

If you are aged between 16 and 30 and you are not in training, employment or education you have come to the right place!

Since 2007 the Bright Ideas Trust has been providing friendly, comprehensive training and mentoring that has helped thousands of people just like you achieve their dream of creating their own successful business. The organization was set up by the winner of the first series of BBC TV’s “The Apprentice,” Tim Campbell.

You need never feel alone with us! If you join up you’ll meet lots of other young people just like you at our unique Bright Ideas Club and other highly informative and sociable events.

You can apply for help here, then after just giving us a few details about yourself our team of expert mentors could soon be supporting you with your business plan, helping you find funding and guiding you every step of the way to success.

Are you eligible?

To qualify for help you need to be aged between 16 and 30, and not in training, education or employment.

Apply for help now >

Come to our next meeting:
29th November 2016
6.15 – 8.15pm

Salesforce Tower, 110 Bishopsgate,
London, EC2N 4AY.

Future events: 24/01/17; 22/03/17; 11/5/17

Support, advice and training and funding for London’s young entrepreneurs

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