Belfast City Council to host Open Evening for new business start-ups
11 Nov 2019
Belfast City Council in partnership with North City Business Centre Ltd, Ormeau Business Park and The Ortus Group will host a ‘Start a Business Information Evening’ on Thursday 21 November (5.30pm – 7pm) as part of a NI council wide initiative for anyone thinking about starting their own business.
This project is part funded by Invest Northern Ireland and the European Regional Development Fund under the Investment for Growth & Jobs Northern Ireland (2014-2020) Programme.
Belfast City Council has joined forces with council areas across Northern Ireland to provide would-be entrepreneurs with the chance to speak to a business advisor about their business idea and find out how the Go For It Programme can help them.
Councillor Deirdre Hargey, Chair of Belfast City Council's City Growth and Regeneration Committee said: “North City Business Centre Ltd, Ormeau Business Park and The Ortus Group have vast experience in helping budding entrepreneurs in the Belfast City Council area turn their dreams of owning their own business into a reality.
“We would encourage anyone who has an idea for a business to drop in to their nearest venue anytime from 5.30pm – 7pm to meet an experienced business advisor for a free, no-obligation opportunity to discuss how the Go For It Programme can really help their business idea take off."
The Go For It programme is delivered free of charge by a team of experienced business mentors through Northern Ireland’s wide network of enterprise agencies. It combines expert advice with help to develop a robust business plan to turn ideas into a commercial enterprise.
For more information on the ‘Start a Business Information Evenings’ visit www.goforitni.com/events
If you have a business idea you’d like to develop or if you are thinking about starting a business call 0800 027 0639 or visit: visit www.goforitni.com