iASPIRE to start my own business-skills for business
Wanna Start a business? Import? Export? Marketing? Sales?
Need Finance? Need a mentor? Need Representation? What do you want to do?
A business for young entrepreneurs
The Aspire Academy & Tuition, Working towards excellence has developed a course to assist people who are interesting in becoming self-employed or are looking to starting a small business.
THE BUSINESS PLANNING COURSE
Assistance in providing you with a professional and thorough Business PLAN.This course is an introduction to the essential skills and information needed to start your own business. Covering all the key points to help you turn your talented ideas, interests and passions into a successful business.
The course will run for 13 weeks and will cover...
- Cashflow Forecast policy
- Marketing mix
- Business planning guide
- Business description
- Business history
- Business activity
- Business objective
- Financial background
- Management and staff mission Statement
- Product and services
- Sales channels
- Financial section
- Profit and loss
- Balance sheet
- Competitive advantage
- Market research
Hear from people in business on a range of topics covering the following:-
Barriers-these are the reasons used by people to stop them setting up businesses, and may involve any of the following:-
- Risk or risks
- Successful failure
- Eye for details or blind to details
- Missed opportunities or missing opportunities
- Waiting for others or others waiting on you, to start
- Who do you listen to? People who say don't do it, but don't know how to.
- Setting up goals to score, or missing the ball
To find out more please call:
0208 840 1800 or complete our online booking to arrange an interview, NOW.
Thinking of starting your own business? Looking for advice and training at little or no cost? The 31 - 2 day business enterprise course at The Aspire Academy is the answer!
The Business enterprise programme A business planning course
The course includes...
With our business training Individuals are given practical ways in dealing with developing the right business mind and skills, which would benefit them in dealing with the stress, associated with starting up a new business such as writing a business plan.
A business plan is a complete description of a business and its plans for the next 1-5 years. It explains what the business does (or will do); outlines who will buy the product or services and why; includes financial forecasts; and indicates how much money (if any) is needed.
Most people only write a business plan when they need to raise finance for their business. However, the ideal business plan can be thought of like a road map; you define your destination (in other words, your strategic objectives) and the business plan then acts as your route plan for getting there. You should therefore revise your business plan each year, set targets and prepare financial forecasts. You should do this regardless of whether you need to raise extra money.
There are a number of items that a business plan should contain. Not all of them will be appropriate in every case, so do not worry if it seems best to miss out a section. The cover page should give the business name and the names and addresses of proprietors.
- Looking at business opportunities
- The business plan
- Personal skills analysis
- Management capacity
- Market research
- Cashflow forecasting
- Financial management
- Tax, NI & VAT issues
- Introduction to computer based training
To find out more please call 0208840 1800 or complete our FREE assessment booking to arrange an interview, NOW. For The Aspire Academy Business Programme