New Cumbria office for mentoring service
Last updated at 13:13, Friday, 02 March 2012
A business mentoring service based in the south west has opened a Cumbrian division.
North West Business Mentors offers one-to-one advice and guidance to people who want to start their own companies.
Founder Peter De Snoo said the service has already received requests for help from 100 people, with 25 of those going on to launch their own companies.
The service is free, but requires a £10 administration fee.
The service is staffed by volunteers and also offers mentoring to ex-servicemen and women who want to launch businesses after leaving the forces.
First published at 11:28, Friday, 02 March 2012
Published by http://www.newsandstar.co.uk
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