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Different from many other business accelerators, the Durham Ambitious Business Start-Ups (DABS) programme offers two unique support packages. One for those who have a great idea and have not yet started their business, and another for those new entrepreneurs at the start of their exciting journey. You’ll benefit from tailored support to maximise the success of your business.

As part of the programme the team has a number of free online workshops coming up. They include:

2 August - Business Planning Workshop 

This will be a shorter session aimed at being a safe space where you can talk about your business plans and seek out our help and support. If you want us to review your business plan and support with where it can be improved upon then please come along.

9 August - Cashflow and Sales Forecasting

This will be a shorter session aimed at being a safe space where you can talk about your finance, sales forecasting and more importantly how this will impact your cash-flow. If you want us to review your forecasts and support with where it can be improved, then please come along.

11 August - Websites, do I really need one?

This session will be delivered by John Woods from Thrive Marketing. John will be exploring the different options around websites and Digital Marketing. This will be a great session and it will give you expert advice on using free website builder options to full e-commerce and bespoke solutions. 

21 October - DABS Festival of Enterprise 

The DABS Festival of Enterprise is back for 2021 – and this time we are live!

Whether you are thinking of starting your own business, or are already in business, this event will be              packed full of helpful advice from our expert line-up of seasoned entrepreneurs, business leaders,                  industry experts and thought-leaders.

These are just a few of the free workshops and events available through the DABS Programme. To find          out more, visit the Durham Ambitious Business Start-Ups website or call 0191 516 6102.

Amanda Armstrong
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