Got an idea?
Great ideas aren’t easy to come by – or to turn into reality.
But they’re also worth the effort and things are easier when you’ve got a helping hand. We can identify the right guidance, support and funding to get your great idea off the ground.
Articles & resources
The first step of turning a concept into a company is research. Our advice and resources cover things like exploring feasibility, building a business case and registering businesses.
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Be the business Advisory Board Programme
This is a 12 month course, during which you can access invaluable non-executive director style support from a group of experienced business people made up of family business leaders and senior managers from larger businesses with specialisms such as finance, marketing, operations or HR
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Turning an idea into a business is easier when there are people to help who have done it before. These events provide advice, support and networking opportunities to help take concepts to companies.
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Advice from real humans
Even great ideas need expert input to get them of the ground. Through our community of advisors across Liverpool, Halton, Knowsley, Sefton, St Helens and Wirral, we can put you in touch with the best person to help you overcome the challenges you’re facing.
Speak to one of us
If you’re not sure what sort of help you need, get in touch and we’ll help you work things out.
You have a great business idea, but you’re wondering if you should develop it further and how to get the ball rolling.
Your business is up-and-running and you have some clients, but every day is a challenge and you need help in different areas.
Your business is already growing, but you want to find new ways to accelerate its growth.
Your business is established, but specific challenges are holding it back from the next stage of growth.