A free workshop for start-up businesses takes place on Tuesday 23 February on the Showroom, Lincoln, 5.30pm to 8pm.
Now rolling around in its fourth year, case aids 100s of county entrepreneurs navigate their way through the excitement of launching a completely new business.
Charlotte Baxter, from Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce which is co-organising case, said: “In Lincolnshire 3,250 small businesses are meant in 2014, and nationally the quantity peaked at 526,447 which smashed all previous records for first time start-ups
“Our event, ‘Start-Up & Grow’ brings together a wealth of free business support all in one place. It is just a one-stop-shop for everyone eager to start their own business.
“We’ve worked hard so that the event cost nothing and offered to anyone considering self-employment, together with those currently in education or unemployment. The event is open to anyone during the defense force who’s got aspirations for new job prospects in their re-settlement.
“There are going to be a specialist panel of business advisors to resolve specific questions, and also open discussions about banking, finance, tax, branding, business planning and much more. We’ve also invited a lot of people who have recently launch their very own business to discuss their experiences with folks that attend. At the conclusion of the case guests will leave with hints, tips and also a passion to file for their particular start-up business.
“I would love to say thank you to our event sponsors Streets Chartered Accountants, Lincolnshire County Council, Systematic Print Management, Wilkin Chapman llp, BG Futures Business Enterprise Centre, NBV Enterprise Solutions, Sparkhouse and Natwest Bank. Without this we will are not ready to host the wedding.”