Perth College UHI - Centre for Enterprise
Have a business idea? Want to be your own boss but need some advice first? Are you running your own business and need to develop your management or business skills? The Centre of Enterprise at Perth College UHI is there to help you, with everything from grants, training and software, feedback on your ideas and fact finding on your behalf.
If you're thinking about becoming your own boss or you'd like to develop your existing business, the Centre for Enterprise (CfE) at Perth College UHI can help you in lots of ways.
With everything from grants for marketing, training and software, feedback on your ideas, inspirational events and fact-finding on your behalf, they aim to give you all the info you need.
But being an entrepreneur is about more than simply running a small business. You also need to have the right skills in risk-taking, self-discipline and creative thinking if you want to succeed.
Throughout the year, the CfE runs short workshops in social media, marketing, IT or management skills, designed to give you a much better understanding of how these subjects will really benefit your business.
They also offer a range of Chartered Management Institute certificates, diplomas and executive diplomas for businesses and the wider community, can lead to an MBA.
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Perth College UHI has strong ties to the local business community and works closely with them to:
· Encourage business start-ups,
· Run networking events,
· Provide mentoring and practical support in business planning, market research and marketing
· Provide students with internships
· Provide information on funding and grants available
The marketplace is constantly changing, and businesses sometimes need the skills of key specialists. The Centre for Enterprise has highly experienced, professional staff, who will work with you to solve business problems and enhance the performance of your business.
To find out how the Centre for Enterprise can help your business, call 01738 877207 or email firstname.lastname@example.org