If you are self-employed or a small business owner & watched your business shrink or disappear then you might be wondering whether you'll be able to get customers again.
We can help with some quick tips to help you with your marketing, making sure you're making the most of all those free resources out there.
If you’re not eligible for Statutory Sick Pay because you’re self-employed or earn below the Lower Earnings Limit, the government is making it easier to claim for Universal Credit during the Covid-19 outbreak. You will be able to claim and get advance payments upfront if your work has reduced or stopped because of coronavirus. In this session, our Finance Specialist, Shahin Chowdhury, will talk you through the details and how to prepare for the application.
Where and how to access finance is a question that many self-employed people ask themselves when starting or growing their business. During this time of uncertainly, people may want to know what options are available to them from the array of products and services out there.
The session will provide you with an insight as to how a mentor can support you on a personal level to see a clear path after COVID19 by being a sounding board – a listening ear – understanding your business sector – as well as encouraging, supporting, challenging you to re-assess where you are on a personal level and help you to identify a way forward and see some light at the end of the tunnel.
In this webinar, you will learn how to turn your CV into a document that sells. You will also learn how to prepare for an interview, how to promote yourself in the best possible light, how to close, and what follow up to do. So, if you are struggling with staying in self-employment, this is the webinar not to be missed.