RHACC runs a range of business start-up courses, this taster is to enable you to understand the skillset needed and what appropriate courses best suit your journey into enterprise!
Being a creative entrepreneur doesn’t mean you have to try and succeed in business alone. On the contrary, setting up the right strategic partnerships can help you reach new customers, increase brand awareness and bring value to your business through unique knowledge and skills.
Start expanding your horizons by joining our Zoom Dive with Amber Mundinger. She’s spent the best part of her career as a music industry producer, forming highly successful collaborations and partnerships.
As you plan your new business, you will learn about:
How to prepare and develop a useful business plan
Identifying possible funding options and sources of professional advice and support for new business
Setting business objectives and identifying the resources required
Marketing techniques used in small business including branding, internet marketing and the use fo social media.
Financial planning including cash flow forecasting, and understanding how to calculate the break even point for your business..
Understanding Tax, NI and Regulations for new business
Join this free webinar to find out how to build a pitch deck investors love, and how Virgin StartUp can help you thrive in 2024. There'll be a chance for a Q&A after the presentation.
Virgin StartUp have funded over 5,000 start-ups with a Start Up Loan, and helped thousands of other scale-ups grow successfully to raise investment and build flourishing teams.
The People Director panel will speak about the gaps they experience in their businesses and how they overcome these by locating talent, developing relevant skills and retaining their people,so that their businesses grow with effective and resilent workforces
- HR Directors will share the talent, skills and retention wins and challenges
- Directors will describe their experiences recruiting people from various routes such as apprentices, T Levels, A Level students, graduates, neurodiverse colleagues and so on
- Richmond Council will signpost how businesses can benefit from policy changes
- RUTC and HRUC College Group deliver businesses a range of options and will briefly outline these : apprentices, T level qualified students and graduate alumni
Come along to this session for our bi-monthly national online networking for women in business and make connections from across the UK. We will be using breakout rooms to allow us to network in small groups and to grow our contacts and connections in an informal and relaxed way.
This event is sponsored by The Rebel School. It is an online event to help small businesses connect.
Businesses do not start or grow in isolation - networking is essential for any business owner, entrepreneur, or beginner
Please create a digital business card on the the following website and bring it with you.
The theme for this year’s conference is further expanding on Technology Leadership, Tech Innovation, Career Growth, and how we can make an impact and shape the future together. These topics will be addressed in the form of three virtual and one in-person summit as well as various side events across various locations in North America and Europe.
- April 23 - Chief in Tech Summit
- April 24 - Key Tech Summit
- April 24 - Career Growth Summit
- Women in Tech Global Impact Summit - TBC (North America: Austin, New York, San Francisco, Toronto, Europe: Barcelona, Berlin, London, and APAC: Bengaluru)
- April 22 - 26 Official and Community Side Events across the Globe
(More details on www.womentech.net)
The growing Green economy provides a considerable opportunity for London. As we move towards Net Zero, there will be rapid growth in green jobs as we decarbonise our homes and businesses. The research predicts that there will be a 3-fold increase in green jobs over the next 3 decades.
RHACC seeks to support residents to develop the skills needed for green jobs and meet the rising skills demands of this rapidly expanding market. RHACC has created new pathways into green sectors whilst also supporting workers to upskill and transition into green jobs from other sectors.
Global Britain Trade Expo occurs as an annual conference and exhibition that aims to promote the UK as a global trade hub and facilitate trade and investment between the UK and international markets. This event is an ideal platform for companies to showcase their products and services, network with potential clients and partners, and gain valuable insights into the latest market trends and opportunities. Join us as a delegate.