Enterprise Fellowship Programme
Enterprise Fellowship Programme Winter 2014
The Enterprise Fellowship Programme (EFP) is a European Regional Development Fund programme which helps graduates to start their own business, social enterprise, be self-employed or work on a freelance basis.
Applications are now open for the next round of the Enterprise Fellowship Programme (EFP). This is the 10th year that the scheme has been run by the Centre for Entrepreneurship team at LJMU and to date over 200 graduate entrepreneurs have started their business ventures, become self-employed or work on a freelance basis with help from the programme.
The programme provides
- A 5 day intensive training course to kick start your business venture (Monday 13th - Friday 17th January)
Tailored business support and advice
The opportunity to apply for £1500 Enterprise Fellowship funding
Networking, introductions and co-working space
Deadline for applications is 12 noon on Friday 6th December and the programme starts on Monday 13th January 2014.
To be eligible to apply for the programme, applicants must be:
Planning to start their own business or become self-employed on Merseyside
Have graduated within the last five years (from 2008 onwards). Graduates may be from any institution.
Resident on Merseyside
A European Union citizen
Not in full time employment and able to commit to starting a full time business by July 2014
- Joint applications will be considered.
This programme is designed for businesses that have not started trading at the outset of the programme. However if you have only just recently started trading or registered your business, please contact us to determine your eligibility.
How to apply
To request an application pack and full conditions of entry please email email@example.com
Applicants are required to submit an application form, outline business proposal and CV by 12 noon on Friday 6th December.
If you have any questions about the programme, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0151 231 3300.
This programme has been generously supported by the European Regional Development Fund.
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