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Calling all Creative & Digital Start-ups!
FREE four day course at the University of Portsmouth
Want to set up your own creative or digital business but not sure where to start?
Trying to make a living as a self-employed freelancer?
As part of the University’s partnership with the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Student + Graduate Enterprise at Purple Door are offering final year students and graduates (within the last 5 years) the opportunity to attend a fully funded (FREE) four day course to help you turn your bright idea into a successful business.
Based on NESTA’s specially developed Creative Enterprise Toolkit, experienced professional trainers/entrepreneurs will use a variety of tried and tested methods to draw on your creative skills to help you design your business.
The programme is free and is open to final year students and University of Portsmouth graduates (up to 5 years).
At the end of the four days you will be offered a free one to one mentoring session with the trainer.
You must be free to attend all four sessions on the below dates:
Thursday 5th June, Friday 6th June, Wednesday 11th June & Thursday 12th June
PLACES ARE LIMITED SO APPLY NOW BY CLICKING 'REGISTER NOW' ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE OF THIS PAGE!
By attending the course you will be automatically put into the pot for an opportunity to win 6 months free office space in the new Cell Block Offices and further mentoring.
Please note: Applying does not automatically guarantee a place on the programme. Successful applicants will be notified asap.
Past student’s feedback:
“I went into the course not knowing anything about book keeping, taxes or insurance. I knew nothing of any of the legal aspects of business and I was terrified of starting a business without having any of this knowledge. I gained this knowledge from the Cell Block course in easy terms that made the ideas less scary.”
“I also gained a lot of support, from the Enterprise team and other students who were taking part on the course. I was made to feel like I could succeed and that I had a sound business idea.”
“The trainer was inspirational and he has helped me refine my idea to a point that is more feasible."