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Start-up advice

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Are you thinking about starting your own business? 

Let us help you decide, start your business with guidance from SEE.

We provide practical, impartial advice in confidence to individuals thinking about starting in business.

No matter what stage you have reached with your business idea, maybe it's just a seed of an idea at the moment or perhaps you are well on the way with a fully developed plan or you are on the verge of actually starting to trade, we can offer you guidance, one to one advice and our expert advisers provide on-going support, tailored to meet your needs.

Let us help you turn your idea into a practical reality.

If you already have a draft business plan please email it to info@seenterprise.co.uk and one of our advisers will get in touch to discuss this with you.

We advise on subjects such as legal formats, raising finance, preparing business plans, forecasting, VAT status, sales, marketing, social media and e-business, employment considerations and ensuring that the full implications have been identified.

We provide a very competitively priced service and would be happy to discuss your requirements.

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We received so much guidance locally, I am thrilled I got in contact with South East Enterprise, their business advisers are so supportive.

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Unique hand -crafted juniper wood kitchenware

Thank you so much for enabling me to participate in the Powerpoint and Excel training courses at SEE. Both courses have already been extremely useful – excellent standard of training.

Bea Denton
London-based printmaking artist

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