Those thinking of starting their own business can get help and expert advice from a collection of local businesses at Lynn Library tomorrow.
Starting up your own business can be a daunting process with a lot of difficult decisions to be made, thanks to the right guidance and advice you could turn a great idea into a successful career to support your family for years to come.
Aspiring entrepreneurs can talk to those who know first-hand what it is like to set up a company, at the business start-up event at Lynn Library.
Running from 10am until 2pm, the event will have business representatives from on hand to share their stories plus a librarian to advise on business start-up resources.
Lynn Library manager Kerry Murray said: “This is a great opportunity for anyone who has an idea for a business to get some first hand experience from people who have already done it. We want to show people that it can be done and inspire them to try and pursue their ideas.”
There will be representatives from armed forces charity Bridge for Heroes, website designers GWH Digital, author Ken Ward, photographers Riarmato Productions, CJ Dance School, holistic therapists from Head In the Clouds.
Call Lynn Library on 01553 772568 for more information. For those who cannot attend, Gaywood Library is hosting a business start-up event on Thursday, November 20.