Business Start Up Conference
- Are you thinking of starting a business but wondering if it is possible in the current climate?
- Are you looking for ways to build a new income for yourself and exploring self-employment as an option?
- Do you have business ideas you’ve never yet looked into but think now could be the time to explore?
This event will help you to understand the practicalities of getting started as well as connecting you with entrepreneurs who have been there, done it and even re-adapted in the face of Covid 19.
This event is brought to you by The Women’s Organisation in partnership with BIPC Liverpool, as part of their Reset: Restart series, designed to help you transform, future-proof or grow your business through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. This event is part funded by European Regional Development Fund through our Enterprise Hub programme, offering FREE advice and guidance to those living in the Liverpool City Region thinking of starting a business.
The event will take place on Zoom. Please register via Eventbrite and a zoom link and password will be sent to you before the event by email.
Enterprise Hub support is available to individuals looking to start a business within the Liverpool City Region, or businesses under 42 months looking to grow in the Liverpool City Region.
Meet our panel!
Jennifer Kay – The Mini Interior Design Company
The Mini Interior Design Company provides you with perfect interior design ideas so can spend more time enjoying your home & the people in it.
Founded by Jennifer Kay, The Mini Interior Design Company is designed to give the flair of a professional within your budget, saving you time & money!
Jade Ecobichon Gray – Mindset Matters
Jade is a straight-talking social wellness consultant with a decade of experience working in social care and wellness for both the public and private sector in the UK and Jersey.
Her business Mindset Matters UK was founded in 2019, a social wellness consultancy which empowers organisations to move away from one-off wellbeing initiatives and towards the creation of sustainable wellness strategies.
Jade has a Masters in Health Psychology and is a registered member of the British Psychological Society.
Anouska Skeete – Host Oxton
“Host is a multi-functional store, inspired by the small shops of Amsterdam. Their cute little stores are so limited on space, so they provide as many functions as possible. One thing the effects of COVID-19 and lockdowns have opened the doors to is the ability to adapt and people are more open to new ideas. So the fact our shop provides coffee, light bites, cakes and supports small local sells products, is so well received i believe due to this.
“I love being a hub for people to grow their businesses, people’s dreams and ideas start here. Another positive effect of covid is that some people have had the time to stop and tap in to their creative side and make such beautiful products!
We also welcome any health and well-being classes for adults and children so I feel all in all we’re a good vibe for the community.”