Build A Business Part 1: Know Your Market, Get Competitive

Build A Business Part 1: Know Your Market, Get Competitive

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Stockport Central Library

Wellington Road South

Stockport

SK1 3RS

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Discover why market research and other resources can boost your start up or small business to success.

About this event

This workshop will reveal how you can access market research and other information worth THOUSANDS to your business. And all FREE to use!!

Learn how to use the Business & IP Centre Manchester’s £5 million collection of UK and global business databases (including market research and company and financial information) to:

  • Assess market potential
  • Develop a viable business plan
  • Upskilling you to ‘know your market’

At this session you will learn:​

  • Why market research & other sources of information are important to the success of your business idea​
  • How to find information on customers, market size, competitors, trends & other key data.​
  • The basics on conducting your own research​
  • How to use these tools to help complete your own business model canvas

This session is one of the modules in the Build A Business in GM Libraries core workshop programme.

Other Build a Business workshops:

Power Up Your Business

Intellectual Property: Protect Your Assets

To join this workshop you or your business needs to have a postcode within the following GM authorities: Bolton, Bury, Oldham, Manchester, Salford, Stockport, Tameside or Trafford.

You also need to be:

The owner of a business

OR

An aspiring entrepreneur with a business idea you want to develop.

For more information about the project go to:

www.buildabusinessgm.org

PLEASE NOTE: This workshop is part of a series. It is strongly recommended that you attend all four workshops.

Build a Business in GM Libraries is part funded by the European Union, with a grant of £1.3 million from ERDF funding, and managed by Manchester City Council. The project will run from January 2021-June 2023.

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