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Enterprise Hub Skills: Case Study

Enterprise Hub Skills was a programme of entrepreneurial training, learning and development for Liverpool City Region residents who were thinking about starting their own business, who were self-employed, working or volunteering within or running small businesses.

The Women’s Organisation was the managing agent and lead partner of the programme, which had a total of seven partners.

What was Enterprise Hub Skills?

Enterprise Hub Skills sought to support individuals with business skills, knowledge and capacity through one to one advice, accredited and nonaccredited enterprise skills development and training support. The programme also offered those who are self-employed an opportunity to plug any gaps in their business skills and knowledge.

Set up in 2020, Enterprise Hub Skills ensured that enterprise skills training services were accessible and utilised, boosting business creation and business sustainability.

Partner Organisations

  • Everton Development Trust
  • Granby Toxteth Development Trust
  • Liverpool John Moore University
  • Make Liverpool
  • Merseyside Expanding Horizons
  • Citizens Advice Halton
  • Raise Ltd

How was Enterprise Hub Skills funded?

Enterprise Hub Skills was part-funded by the European Social Fund as part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme in England. The Department for Work and Pensions (and in London the intermediate body Greater London Authority) was the Managing Authority for the England European Social Fund programme. Established by the European Union, the European Social Fund helped local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which supported skills development, employment and job creation, social inclusion and local community regenerations.

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