I am thrilled to bits that Vision 29 has been accepted onto the Entrepreneurial Spark Programme.

The Entrepreneurial Spark Programme, powered by NatWest is the world’s largest free business accelerator for early stage and growing ventures. The programme’s aim is to develop entrepreneurs who have a #GoDo attitude with a solid grasp of how to create value. With mentors, ambassadors and supporters, workshops, pitch practice and a full-time ‘entrepreneurial enabler’ the focus is on the individual.

Whilst I’ve been in business for over 3 years, now is the time that I need to hone and refine the Vision 29 offering. When I first started Vision 29 my aspirations and objectives were clear: to achieve a work-life balance that enabled me to spend valuable time with my family whilst pursuing a career in marketing and communications that I loved. I am so pleased that I feel I have achieved that balance and am now looking to grow Vision 29. Whilst I know what I’ve got to do to market and grow Vision 29, the Entrepreneurial Spark Programme will give me the opportunity to dedicate the time and work with a team of individuals to help me focus specifically on the future of Vision 29.

As a marketing expert, I know what I’ve got to do to market and grow Vision 29, but at times I suffer from not having a full team to bounce ideas off and discuss future plans with. The Entrepreneurial Spark Programme could not have come at a better time and will give me the opportunity to dedicate the time and work with a team of individuals to help me focus specifically on the future of Vision 29.

I’m particularly excited about meeting a load more entrepreneurs, who like me are keen to grow their businesses and make new contacts. I’ve come to realise that you can achieve more when you work with like-minded people, supporting each other in achieving great things.

Find out more about the Entrepreneurial Spark Programme.

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