We are back for 2020 with our biggest day of the year, Start-up Day!
Join us online for a day of free talks and practical advice sessions designed to get your business idea off to a flying start. On Thursday 19 November The British Library hosts all the national network of BIPCs for Start-up Day 2020. Whether you’re just starting out or ready to take the next step join us online for our annual day of free business support.
Manchester Business and IP Centre are proud to host ‘How to start a business that makes a difference’, with Lee Mannion from Expert Impact, the charity behind the Human Lending Library.
How to start a business that makes a difference
Social enterprises are businesses selling products or services that have a positive social or environmental impact. Join this session if you’re interested in making a profit with purpose and starting a business that is good for people and planet. Hear from two social entrepreneurs to learn how they did it:
Paula Braynion, founder of Future Directions, providing social care to those with learning difficulties and mental health issues.
Nile Henry, founder of The Blair Project, which uses eco-friendly go-karting to inspire careers in science, technology and engineering.
This discussion has been produced by the Human Lending Library, a free service from the British Library’s Business and IP Centre in Manchester’s Central Library. Through the Human Lending Library, leaders of social enterprises and charities looking for advice on growing their organisations are matched with successful business people as mentors.
Register for your free place where you can pick and choose from a whole host of inspirational talks and sessions, jump around between the different breakout rooms or find events local to you across the country.