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Introduction to Havering Adult College

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havering adult college profile who offer Business Start-Up courses  in Havering

We offer a varied range of courses held across the borough to suit all needs, whatever your reason to study we can help you achieve your ambitions.

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This course will prepare learners to use their creative skills to explore business and employment options. Learn about starting up a business from home, becoming an entrepreneur and working for yourself....more

Duration: 1 day

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Introduction SAP BPCis a tool for doing business planning and consolidation. Currently, BPC is the only tool offered by SAP for doing business planning. Lot of FTSE 100 companies are going for BPC...more

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Janette Whitney & Associates, Business Consultants

Understand the component parts of a successful business plan and how to prepare one for your business for use either within your business, to present to the bank manager or to seek investors....more

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Do you dream of running your own business? Would you describe yourself as a budding entrepreneur? From Apple to Facebook, the most successful businesses in the world started with a single idea, a gap in the market and a lot of hard work. If you...

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When starting your business , the only way to succeed is to take the lead from the greats that have gone before you. Ok, that’s not the only way. You need a decent plan, a good head for numbers, a unique idea...but quotes are helpful, right? ...

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