Tameside libraries information service holding sessions on starting your own business

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The Tameside Libraries information service is holding a sequence of day sessions aimed at helping people start their own business.

The first session "Starting up as a Market Trader", takes place at Tameside Central Library in Old Street Ashton-Under-Lyne on Monday August 11th between 6 and 8pm. Hosting the session will be Nat Mistry of Nat's Bombay Kitchen in Ashton Market Hall. He will be relaying his own experiences of setting up a new business and turning it into a successful established going concern.

The Programme is funded by Arts Council England and the Department for Communities and local Government. £45,000 has been allocated to Greater Manchesters 10 local authorities which will be used to give budding entrepreneurs access to wide range of guides, web tools and Apps.

If you are interested in starting your own business 0161 342 2031.

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