Spare Room or Kitchen Table: How to Run a Successful Business from Home
· Exit the corporate minefield?
· Earn a living from doing the things you love
· Ease your side hustle into a viable business?
Then this is the best time to start, grow and accelerate your home business.
In 2014, there were 5 million micro-businesses – employing 0-9 people businesses in the UK (96%) accounting for 33% of employment and 19% of turnover. That’s why we cannot write off the significance of home businesses when some of the most iconic started from a kitchen table or garage including Microsoft, Amazon, the Body Shop, Dyson and toy manufacturer Mattel to name a few.
The NBWN supported by the ICAEW, BBA and NatWest present “Spare Room or Kitchen Table: How to Run a Successful Business from Home” on Monday 29th June 2015 at at City Hall, London SE1 between 6pm – 8.30pm.
This event comes under the Female and BME Business Led Forum banner and the evening will be facilitated by Sonia Brown MBE and it will be supported by an impressive lineup of acclaimed speakers including:
- Debbie Moore OBE, Founder Pineapple Dance Studios
- Kiki McDonough, Creative Director, Kiki McDonough Limited
And our inspirational panelists include:
- Anita Monteith, Technical Manager, ICAEW Tax Faculty
- Evadney Campbell MBE, Managing Director, Shiloh PR
- Sara Turnbull, Chief Executive, Bootstrap Company and Co Chair, LEP, Open Workspace Providers GroupJulie Baker, Head of Enterprise, NatWest
- Irene Graham, Executive Director for Business Finance and Strategy, BBA
- Sharron Gunn, Executive Director, Commercial, ICAEW
If you are serious about keeping your home based business thriving and blossoming then you cannot afford to miss this dynamic event.
This will be an evening of valuable advice, knowledge and inspiration aimed at catapulting your brand; boosting your income and re-igniting your sales funnel as you rise to the entrepreneurial challenge.
The Spare Room or Kitchen Table: How to Run a Successful Business from Home will provide attendees with valuable information, insights, tools and strategies to unlock their vision of true entrepreneurial success.
The Female and BME Business Forum is aimed at micro businesses, SME’s, solopreneurs, homeworkers, coaches, consultants and leaders of social enterprises.
Booking is essential as places are limited.