Free business courses for residents in 2021


Camden Council has partnered with Rebel Business School to host free online business development courses for Camden residents this year.

Managed by Rebel Business School, formerly PopUp Business School, the two-week courses are aimed at residents who wish to create or restart their own business, helping inspire participants to find the confidence to develop their own business ideas.

Fit for business development now that national coronavirus restrictions are easing, topics will include starting a business with no money, sales, starting a website without coding skills, social media, taxation and accounting, motivation, networking, search engine optimization and securing loyal customers.

While the classes are being held virtually, there are also plans to hold face-to-face social-distancing meetings in the community, once this is secure, to help tackle the digital divide and the challenges that may arise from it. home learning experienced by residents. .

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