Listed below are organisations which can help
if you are looking to start a new business. Click on their logo for
Business Enterprise Support
Social enterprise, non-profit
organisation aiming to help people of all backgrounds to become
self-employed. Whatever business idea, dreams and aspirations you
may have, they're there to support you in turning them into viable,
Enterprise Coaches and Business Mentors
can support you with the start-up process, including putting
together a working business plan.
The Prince's Trust Enterprise Programme
'How to Start a Business: The Enterprise
Programme', can support you with your business plan, training and
funding, and you'll also meet other people in the same position as
You'll also receive support from an
experienced business mentor who can give you advice every step of
Campaign to promote entrepreneurship and
highlight the support available to those that wish to start a
business. Visit their website for more information on start-up
Get Started: Start Up Loans
Government funded initiative providing
start up support in the form of a repayable loan together with a
business mentor for entrepreneurs.
Support is provided to produce a business
plan which will then be considered for funding.
A non-profit making organisation
based in Staffordshire, focusing on support for new business
start-ups across the county.
The vastly experienced team of trainers offer full support
ranging from short start up business courses through to National
Vocational Qualifications in subjects like business planning and
business start-up. You may also be eligible for funding, not
just for courses but to assist you with all aspects of your
The Prince's Initiative for Mature
Supporting business creation by the over
50s on their journey to self-employment through providing quality
training products and services to support enterprise. The Prince’s
Initiative support the over 50s through all stages of
self-employment – pre start up, start up and getting going.