Friday, August 8, 2014

The Women's Org are Keeping It Local with Free Business Advice Appointments Available in Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton and Wirral

Have you been considering self-employment? You don't have to go far to get support from The Women's Organisation who offer free business advice appointments across Merseyside.


Wherever you're up to with your idea, we can help you with a bespoke plan to suit your personal circumstances and experience, which will give your new business the very best chance of success. 

The support is not only free, it's local! To give every woman an equal chance of opening a successful business, our team are based at various venues in Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton and Wirral


Here are a list of our current venues:

Liverpool:
  • 54 St James Street (Our head office)
  • Liverpool Central Library
  • Allerton Library
  • Childwall Library
For further encouragement, click here to read Harriet Gilmour's success story, a Liverpool resident who created a secure job for herself after years of fixed term contracts. 


Knowsley:
  • Huyton Library
  • Huyton Costa Coffee, Huyton Town Centre
  • Poco Coffee Shop, Prescot Town Centre
  • Kirkby National Careers Service
Click here to read the story of Hannah Ramejkis, a Knowsley resident who started up as a freelance photographer and the success of her business has enabled her to open her very own photography studio.


Sefton:
  • Waterloo Costa Coffee - South Road
  • Sefton@Work - Bootle
  • Crosby Library
  • Cafe Nero, Chapel Street
  • Southport Atkinson Library
If you require a little inspiration to move forward, click here to check out our client success story of Sefton Resident Val Hughes who fulfilled her dream of owning her own independant fashion label after being made redundant. 


Wirral:
  • Birkenhead Coffee Aroma, Price Street
  • Heswall Library
  • Hoylake Library
  • Birkenhead Egerton House
  • New Brighton Community Centre
  • Bromborough Library
  • Wallasey Library
Click here to read how Wirral resident Sue wood turned her passion for millinery into a successful business. 


As well as local appointments, The Women's Organisation offer free support with business planning, accessing grants, understanding tax and national insurance when going self-employed and getting to grips with online marketing for a small business. To find out more visit www.thewomensorganisation.org.uk/services

Whether you are facing redundancy, a parent looking to make time for your family or you just want to make some extra money on top of your current income, The Women’s Organisation are here to support local women take their first steps into business. So talk to us today about your big idea, and let’s get your business journey going. 

To book an appointment in a venue near you call 0151 706 8111 or email hello@thewo.org.uk


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