We’re busy at Allia Future Business Centres with lots of recruitment for our business support programmes across all locations!
Our free business support programmes started running in 2013 and are now delivered across East London, Peterborough and Cambridge. Our programmes are designed to help entrepreneurs get their ideas off the ground, help small businesses and start-ups to grow and scale, and help ventures to create positive impact in social and environmental innovation.
Check out our programmes that are currently welcoming new applications, which of our programmes can help you?
Grow Your Business (Peterborough & Cambridge)– Application deadline 6th August
3 months of specialist support for ambitious entrepreneurs, giving you the tools to help your local business thrive and grow. Open to all types of businesses; you could be running a café, a corner shop, a local garage, florist or photography business!
More details & apply here – due to start in August
Ideation and Validation (Peterborough, Cambridge & East London) – Application deadline 31st August
2 months of support designed for you to plan out the early days of building a business, what you need to do to get set up for success and to identify if your idea has legs!
For more details & to apply, click here for Peterborough and Cambridge or here for East London – due to start in September
Amplify (Cambridge) – Application deadline 31st August
3 months of expert led workshops that will drill into the details of your own business to identify areas for improvement, while mentors support your own personal development in leadership. For established businesses with 2+ years of revenue generation – We’ll help you grow your business, increase efficiencies and help you to build a strong support network for the future.
More details & apply here – due to start in September
If you’re not sure which programme could be right for you, get in touch with our team at email@example.com – they’re a friendly bunch and would love to chat!
Our programmes in Cambridge and Peterborough are part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund