MUM LAUNCHES BUSINESS THANKS TO EDBS

MUM LAUNCHES BUSINESS THANKS TO EDBS

A BUSY mum has launched her own childminding service and is encouraging others with similar aspirations to follow her path into business. Angela Quinn, 37, from Seaham, set up her business 18 months ago, in April 2014, after wanting to create the perfect work-life...
NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT FIRM LAUNCHED

NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT FIRM LAUNCHED

A BUSINESS adviser who has helped dozens of budding entrepreneurs into self employment is practising what she preaches by launching her own company. Hina Joshi will open the doors of her new company, Mayvin Associates, on November 2, based within the Novus Business...
BUSINESSES URGED TO SUPPORT SMES

BUSINESSES URGED TO SUPPORT SMES

ESTABLISHED businesses are being urged to help new and growing SMEs in a bid to support the region’s entrepreneurial spirit. East Durham Business Service (EDBS) is calling on large and successful companies from across East Durham to help with funding for their...
PROGRAMME TO ENGAGE YOUNGSTERS LAUNCHES

PROGRAMME TO ENGAGE YOUNGSTERS LAUNCHES

YOUNG people who have been unemployed or disengaged with education or training are being targeted with the launch of a unique new programme. Talent Match, part of the Big Lottery Fund, is running programmes throughout the North East. In East Durham the programme will...
EX-ARMED FORCES MEMBER SUPPORTED INTO SELF EMPLOYMENT

EX-ARMED FORCES MEMBER SUPPORTED INTO SELF EMPLOYMENT

FORMER members of the Armed Forces are being urged to tap into the experiences and expertise of a Royal Air Force helicopter specialist to pursue a path into self employment. Joe Greener is now an East Durham Business Service advisor but before joining the...
BUDDING ENTREPRENEUR SUPPORTED INTO BUSINESS

BUDDING ENTREPRENEUR SUPPORTED INTO BUSINESS

DOZENS of people are now running successful businesses thanks to the support of East Durham Business Service. During the last financial year, the organisation helped over 70 people to pursue a path into self employment and of those more than 50 are still trading....