Parent-Cubator

Our six session start up programme helps parents who want to start or grow a business by reducing stress and increasing focus, clarity and confidence.

The Parent-Cubator is facilitated by Ann Nkune, founder of Bloomsbury Beginnings CIC and hosted at the Calthorpe Community Garden, a hidden green oasis in the heart of Kings Cross.  If you have an under 3 you can book them in to Calthorpe Project’s lovely on site creche for a creative play session while you learn (subject to availability, additional charge applies).

Course Fee: £250

What will you get?

Two 1:1 ‘how to’ introductory training sessions to help you prepare for the course using the ‘hedgehog concept’ and ‘lean canvas’ tools (no creche)
Six face to face workshops to develop and test your business model (maximum group size of 12) at the Calthorpe Community Garden
On-line Q&As with our legal and finance experts
Catch up 1:1s if you can’t make a session or would like some extra support
Access to experts, advisers and collaborators from the Bloomsbury Beginnings’ network
A peer group of entrepreneurs and professionals to support, motivate and keep you accountable.  They’re often your future customers, champions, collaborators and partners too
Your professional and parenting experience valued we recognise your expertise, and create a forum to help you share that with confidence
On-site creche for your little ones to enjoy (additional charge applies)
A beautiful garden and co-working cafe to relax and network before and after the session
Private Whatsapp and Facebook groups
Time for you to step back and focus on your business

Register your interest in the Spring 2019 programme which will start on Tuesday 22 January 

Course Fee: £250 

Course Brochure Register Your Interest

As a social enterprise, we offer a limited number of bursary places on our courses to parents on a low income with ideas which tackle significant social, economic or environmental problems. Please contact ann@bloomsburybeginnings.org for further details

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