Edinburgh’s Telford College Launching New Business Centre
Thursday, June 21st, 2012
on behalf of Edinburgh’s Telford College
Edinburgh Evening news covers the plans Edinburgh’s Telford College has for new business centre
Edinburgh’s Telford College in partnership with Business Gateway are set to launch a new business centre for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) June 28th at a business breakfast.
The College will provide key equipment such as computers, wireless internet, printers, scanners, and office space to businesses with less than ten staff members.
Graham Birse, managing director of Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce, said: “The Micro Business Centre is an inspired idea, providing SME owners with a dedicated drop-in facility and account-managed support in the entire disciplines essential to running a successful enterprise.”
The expert advice provided by Business Gateway will be in areas such as marketing strategy, web design and branding. Business Gateway will also promote the service to small businesses along with the Federation for Small Businesses.
Edinburgh’s Telford College provides a wide range of career-related programmes to help learners progress into work or University education. Currently the College has around 17,000 students and 600 members of staff.
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