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This monthly workshop is provided by UCL Advances' Business Support Team for companies that are still in the early stages of starting up their business or have started up but still have questions. Workshop presenter Fleur Emery is currently running her second start-up business, and along with talking about processes of starting a business can share her own experiences.
The workshop will consist of a 4 hour training session split into 2 x 2 hour session with a 30 min interval.
- Session 1: (2 hours) The target audience is very early stage companies and the emphasis is on exploring a number of very basic issues relating to starting up including:
- registering idea/ IP/ trade marking
- registering company
- building a website
- legal structure
- financial management systems - bookkeeping, VAT, P&L, cash flow
- any questions about other starting up procedures
- Break (30 mins)
- Session 2: (2 hours) The target audience is later stage companies (although if you attended session 1 you can choose to stay for session 2). This session will include:
- market research and product validation
- sales techniques
Refreshments will be available in the break. Please contact email@example.com if you have any specific requirements.
Where: Room 337, Rockefeller Building, 21 University Street, London, WC1H 0BW
When: 29th May, 1pm to 5.30pm.
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UCL Advances, UCL's centre for entrepreneurship and business interaction, helps anyone who wants to learn about, start or grow a business. It’s primary role is to promote a culture of entrepreneurship on campus and engagement with entrepreneurs and small businesses beyond UCL’s boundaries. It works to support start-ups and small businesses across London by helping them to access the technical and business expertise of UCL’s staff and students through a series of programmes to help support ambitious young companies.
UCL Advances is affiliated with UCL Enterprise, which provides UCL’s structures for engaging with business for commercial and societal benefit.