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Worldskills webinar: How to turn your idea into a business

Worldskills will be holding a webinar on Thursday 29 October, 12:00-13:00pm, entitled ‘How to turn your idea into a business’  as part of its ongoing commitment to support all those who registered to take part in its competitions this year, which includes SkillFRIDGE.

The webinar will feature a guest speaker from the Princes Trust who will provide practical advice and expert knowledge to help take students on the first steps of their business journey.

The following topics will be covered:

  • How to assess if an idea is a good one
  • Practical steps to take to get an idea off the ground
  • Where to go for further advice and support.

Places are free, but tickets must be booked: www.ticketsource.co.uk/worldskills-uk

 

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