'Take Off' Event Aimed At Student Entrepreneurs To Take Place In Belfast

Belfast City Council and the Belfast Enterprise Academy (BEA) are to host a special event for students to explore the possibility of becoming entrepreneurs.

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On Wednesday 15 March students considering self-employment are invited to the BEA 'Take Off' workshop, where they will learn about how to start a business, hear from successful local student entrepreneurs and find out about help and support available to them from Belfast City Council and other agencies.

The free event will run from 11am – 1.30pm, and will be followed by lunch and a networking session. Registration is advised and open now.

Belfast Enterprise Academy is an award-winning, one-year programme open to all further and higher education students living in the Belfast City Council area and working towards degree level or higher.


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