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Supporting Your Business To Reach New Heights

Aston Programme For Small Business Growth is looking for entrepreneurs who are ready to take their early stage business to the next level.

The six-month programme provides 9 practical workshops taught by experts in SME leadership and management and one-to-one support from an experienced business mentor. The programme will develop your leadership skills - you will build a targeted growth strategy and you will network with other early stage business owners.

The Aston Programme for Small Business Growth is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and is for SMEs who have an operational address within the Black Country, Coventry and Warwickshire, Greater Birmingham and Solihull or The Marches (transitional area only) LEP regions.  

Informative breakfast meeting

Aston University are hosting an informative breakfast meeting, giving SMEs the opportunity to meet the team, find out more about the Aston Programme for Small Business Growth and receive application support. The Black Country event takes place at Sandwell College on Friday 20 October.

>>To register, please follow this link.<<

The programme is now open for applications. Closing Date: 6th November 2017, 12pm.  

For more information contact:

Centre for Growth
Call: 0121 204 3225

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