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ACH: Two upcoming webinars for Refugee/Migrant Entrepreneurs

From: Julia Dixon-Barrow <julia.dixon-barrow@ach.org.uk>
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Hi,

Please find attached posters on two upcoming webinars available for refugees and migrants who are looking to start up a business or would like to stabilise and grow their existing business.

Our first is on the 18th from 2:30 – 3:15 and is offered by an expert in Intellectual Property covering trade marks, patents, copyright and more.

Register for this event here: Protecting your Business Workshop Tickets, Wed 18 Aug 2021 at 14:30 | Eventbrite

Our Second is a webinar on the 23rd August from 2- 3, offered by the British Business Bank, covering everything finance in relation to business start-up and growth.

Register for the event here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/financing-your-business-tickets-165885980433

Both webinars are being offered as a part of our Effective Digital Entrepreneur and Business Support (EDEBS) Project which supports refugees and migrants to start a business or stabilize and grow. Please do spread the message far and wide as these are great opportunities to link with experts in their field.

Julia Dixon-Barrow

Entrepreneurship & Engagement Manager

Tel: 0117 387 8642

Office address: 2nd Floor, Eden House, Eastgate Office Park, Eastgate Road, Bristol, BS5 6XY

Website: www.ach.org.uk

Follow us: @achintegrates

EDEBS is supported by the Asylum Migration and Integration Funding (AMIF) Programme 2014-2020

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