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Antrim Enterprise Agency to Host Their First Go Succeed Enterprise Support Clinic

Go Succeed Antrim Enterprise Agency

Promising to support entrepreneurs, new starts and existing businesses across Northern Ireland, Go Succeed offers easy-to-access advice and support at every stage of their growth journey.

Led by Northern Ireland’s local Councils, the Go Succeed programme will deliver flexible support to service users. This initiative aims to offer entrepreneurs, start-ups, and existing businesses throughout the Borough with valuable guidance and financial support. The comprehensive service includes tailored business support pathways, bespoke mentoring, masterclasses, peer-to-peer networking opportunities, and access to grant assistance.

The Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Councillor Mark Cooper commented:

“Go Succeed will play a crucial role in supporting businesses across the Borough, irrespective of their current stage. Promoting entrepreneurship and an enterprising culture will ultimately help stimulate our local economy and generate employment opportunities. I would encourage all businesses and those thinking of setting up their own enterprise to get in touch and access the help and support they need to move forward in their growth journey.”

Join us on Thursday 23rd May, where our team will introduce entrepreneurs and small business owners to the relevant support available across the enterprise support ecosystem.

If you have a business or are interested in starting your own enterprise, click here to find out more about the event and to book your place.

Funded by the UK Government and powered by the government’s Levelling Up Fund, Go Succeed represents a multimillion-pound investment in local entrepreneurs and businesses. It will provide a holistic approach to government support services with a greater focus on providing a tailored service to suit individual needs in a bid to foster enterprise across the region.

Chris Bate
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Chris Bate

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