Sponsored by South Oxfordshire District Council and The Berin Centre, the intensive course will run from 10am-3pm each day. Workshops will include how to start a business for free, marketing and social media, and how to find customers quickly.
The course is open to people of all ages looking to start their own business, including long term unemployed and budding entrepreneurs, and business owners who need a hand on marketing their product or service.
To register for the event, click here.
What is the PopUp Business School?
The PopUp Business School is an exciting five-day course which will show attendees practical ways to get a business idea off the ground and launch it online – without spending any money.
Founded in 2012 by Alan Donegan and Simon Paine, the partners thought that traditional approaches to starting a business, for example applying for start-up loans and having to produce business plans can put people off, who may have great ideas.
Over the last six years, the school has partnered with housing associations, universities, Jobcentre Plus and local authorities, to help start more than 1500 businesses in communities across the UK.
Previous PopUp Business School events in South Oxfordshire
53 people attended the five days of workshops, and 21% of attendees had made a sale by the end of the course.
Below are some examples of businesses started during the Didcot event:
For more information on PopUp Business School, click here.