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Business Link’s new online service launched for Entrepreneur Week

Business Link’s new online service launched for Entrepreneur Week

Coinciding with the current Entrepreneur Week, Business Link has launched two new online services – one aimed at people looking to start a business, and the other aimed at people looking to grow and improve their business.

These services have been developed as a direct result of Business Link research undertaken to understand what businesses want and how their needs can be best served online. The Start-Up Service offers support through the stages of setting up a business; it provides guidance for securing funding and helps entrepreneurs to research target markets, develop business plans and understand taxes and legal obligations.

The Growth and Improvement Service offers businesses access to informative videos, case studies, events and business support finders and the chance to network and share ideas with other business owners.

Check out the site – the wealth of information is there for the taking.

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