The Enterprising Worcestershire programme is funded by Worcestershire County Council, the District Councils and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The Programme offers a variety of support to enable start-up and early stage enterprises to develop and prosper. From Start-up workshops to help you get your business off the ground to grants and early stage support that will help your business grow.
ENTERPRISING WORCESTERSHIRE START-UP AND EARLY STAGE BUSINESS GRANT
Grant support from £1000 – £2500 is available to start up and early stage enterprises looking to make some capital or revenue purchases that will help them establish or grow.
ENTERPRISING WORCESTERSHIRE START-UP WORKSHOPS
This FREE course covers all aspects of setting up a business from getting the right mind set to basic financial control techniques, market research and writing a business plan.
ENTERPRISING WORCESTERSHIRE EARLY STAGE BUSINESS SUPPORT WORKSHOPS
ENTERPRISING WORCESTERSHIRE HIGH GROWTH START-UP SUPPORT
THE PRINCE’S TRUST ENTERPRISE PROGRAMME
SUMMER START-UP BOOT CAMP
Enterprising Worcestershire Case Studies
Herlig Marles explain how the funding from Enterprising Worcestershire accelerated their Worcester based Architects practise
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VL19ki5PW3k&feature=youtu.be Anita and Vanessa met after coming from big practise's and decided to form their own architects in Worcester called Herlig Marles.Anita specialised in using 2D CAD software,...read more
A team of architects, passionate about bringing buildings to life, have been able to do just that thanks to the support of a fully funded business assistance programme. Herlig Marles, which is based in Worcester, has developed its architecture practice from inception...read more
Baxter Williams praises Enterprising Worcestershire support for helping to shape them into a thriving business
The Company: After a lifetime of being involved in sport – including several seasons as a professional rugby player with Worcester Warriors – Nick Baxter chose to work in recruitment. Eventually, just 18 months ago, the 44-year-old took the decision to move on from...read more