Entrepreneurs Unlocked, in partnership with the Salford Foundation, has launched the Business Incubator Project, working with people on probation, to provide a pathway to self-employment.
The Business Incubator Project is located at The Shed, a men’s welfare and wellbeing activity centre managed by the Salford Foundation and is the brainchild of Entrepreneurs Unlocked founder David Morgan.
The Business Incubator Project has been made possible with funding from the Churchill Fellowship, and with the support of the Salford Foundation, a charity that provides opportunities for young people and adults to create better futures.
The Project is set to run over 10 months and will be supporting 25 entrepreneurs in training, who are on probation. The Project will incorporate practical workshops with mentoring, business support and advice to include business planning, finance management, introduction to legal issues, marketing strategies, and the entrepreneurs in training will test trade their businesses, under the guidance of their mentors.