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Business Advice is available in the UK to aid future entrepreneurs, serial inventors, small businesses and startups – if you know where to look. Whether you’re in the planning phase or already up and running, there are organisations that offer a range of resources. The Prince’s Trust ‘Youth Can Do It’ is an awesome platform for unemployed young entrepreneurs wishing to explore business ideas by providing expertise, mentoring and funding to help make dreams a reality.

Gov.uk offer a great service if you’re looking for a range of business advice or when you need a helping hand. Whether it’s guidance on writing a business plan or financial advice support, there are various schemes and events that they run. In addition, there are sections including growing your business, law and tax to name a few.

Our various blogs and articles are aimed at smaller businesses for support and encouragement for you to identify success stories that will inspire and ignite your business, whether rapidly growing or remaining small. Our hope is that more people have the confidence to become their own boss and discover training, funding and mentoring support in order to do so.

There are other gateways providing business advice such as www.startupdonut.co.uk and The National Enterprise Network. These organisations provide practical help, advice and support for new and growing businesses. Furthermore, there are specialist bodies that provide an array of services to new and emerging business, including independent and impartial advice training and mentoring. The Royal National Institute of the Blind provides businesses with advice and support for blind and partially sighted people.  Everywoman