Eastbourne Business News

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Improve your sales and win more business

Business coaches Pro-actions have organised a free business seminar on how to improve your sales on Tuesday 24 April 9.30am - 12.30pm at the Cavendish Hotel, Eastbourne.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Improve your sales success rate and win more customers
  • Understand the need for and the benefits of a structured sales process
  • Know where you (and your sales team) are in a sale and hence plan your next move, and
  • Pick up a few sales tips!

To find out more and to book your place visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/improve-your-sales-and-win-more-business-sussex-tickets-43246665942.


Business planning

Do you have a business idea?


The next free Edeal business start-up workshop in Eastbourne is on Thursday 21 June.  

Workshops are a full day and focus on specific business start-up topics to give entrepreneurs the essential skills they need to set-up and grow a successful enterprise.

Eastbourne Borough Council funds Edeal to deliver these workshops free of charge as well as social media training and one to one business advice for local residents and businesses to grow their ideas and enterprises.

Turn your idea into a business by calling 01323 641144. Booking is essential.

For more information on the free business support and advice delivered by Edeal you can also visit http://www.edeal.org.uk/.


ConstrucTech

Fund launched for start-ups with innovative solutions for the construction industry

Colmore Tang and Virgin StartUp have teamed up to create ConstrucTech, the construction industry’s first technology accelerator programme.

Virgin StartUp is scouting for start-ups with market-ready products or services that can address one or more of the biggest industry challenges.

Applications for ConstrucTech are open until Thursday 31 May. Shortlisted applicants will then be asked to pitch their idea to a panel of industry experts from which the programme participants will be chosen. 

The ultimate aim of the ConstrucTech programme is to see successful companies trial their solution on one of Colmore Tang’s live sites, as well as potentially gaining access to the £10m innovation fund to facilitate broader adoption of the technology.

For more information and to apply visit https://www.virginstartup.org/constructech.