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Self-Employment Discovery Workshop for Plymouth’s Navy families

Self-Employment Discovery Workshop for Plymouth’s Navy families

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23 May, 2019

One-day workshop, 10 July 2019, Plymouth

X-Forces Enterprise, in partnership with Greenwich Hospital, invites Naval families to enrol on a one-day workshop to explore whether business could work for them. The workshop will consider what self-employment would mean for their finances and their families, the personal attributes required for self-employment and how to access the support available.

The fully funded workshop, which will be held in Plymouth city centre on Wednesday 10 July, is open to Naval veterans, spouses and family members over 18, and attendees will receive continued support for 12 months.

The same event has been held in Portsmouth previously, sparking new businesses in a variety of themes, including Explorer Coffees by RN spouse Neil Hallsworth: https://explorercoffees.com

For more information about the workshop and to register, click here.

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