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Be inspired to find your purpose and passion in this live beepurple event open to all

Neurodiverse Founders: dynamic startup stories Wednesday, 1 March, from 5:30pm until 7:30pm, in-person, City Campus. Do you have millions of ideas but get overwhelmed trying to do too much? Do you have a passion that could lead to a great freelance business, social enterprise or startup but feel frozen and hesitant to unlock your brilliance?…

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beepurple shows you how to create a one page business plan

Making a plan for your startup:  get your ideas out of your head and into action Free workshop, Wednesday, 16 November 2022, 5.30pm-7.30pm, in person, Elm House, Moulescoomb Grab your ticket here When you have a new idea for a startup, it is sometimes difficult to know how to work out whether your idea is…

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Final call for Wed 2 Nov webinar: TikTok and Instagram for business

Epic TikTok and Instagram for startups Wednesday 2 November 2022, 5.30-7.30, via Zoom Book your spot. @uobbeepurple, the startup team and Katherine George, a multi-award winning social media expert and entrepreneur at @ohsosocialmarketing will be sharing essential digital marketing tips for building your community, brand, and sales on TikTok and Instagram in this new Zoom workshop. What will…

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How do you create and run a startup or freelance business in a sustainable and socially responsible way?..

  …Find out by  joining our free beepurple webinar on 23 March featuring a panel of local, ethical founders who will share their tips with you…. What is the name of this event? The ethically minded startup When and where does it take place? Wednesday 23 March, from 5:30pm – 7:30pm held virtually via Zoom Describe…

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Are you freelancing? Apply for the #SantanderSurviveandRevive Freelancer financial grant now

Santander UK plc is giving up to 250 freelancers a financial award of £1,000 to complete projects for up to 250 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

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