You will find weblinks and online resources signposted throughout our site, but here are the top ten enterprise related websites our careers specialists recommend you browse:
Business Link is a free business advice and support available online and through
local advisers. Website includes sector
information, local initiatives and useful templates on starting your own
National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship and their Flying Start Programme aims to support graduates with ideas for new business. NCGE runs support programmes, competitions
and provides training with general advice available on the main NCGE website.
Start Ups is an online magazine for young entrepreneurs, containing information on the top 10 sustainable sectors, business
planning. They have a particularly useful 'guides' section on various styles of business plans.
BT Insight provides top tips on the essential information needed for starting a
business. Easy to use website, with
links to other resources at each stage of setting up, running and growing a
Money Made Clear offer sections of information on financial planning and
subsiduary links to other useful sites e.g.Directgov, Pensions Advisory
, Birmingham is part of Birmingham City Council’s website. It offers a one stop shop for business information including start ups.
Shell LiveWIRE offers help and advice for people between ages 16 -30 who
are thinking of starting their own business.
National Consortium of University Entrepreneurs supports and represents
enterprise societies and student entrepreneurs.
Offers training , advice and support for early stage start ups.
Enterprise UK aims to increase entrepreneurship by encouraging
enterprising activity amongst 14 -30 yr olds.
Information and checklists for starting a business, checking out ideas,
guide to finance and turning a business idea into reality.