How to find the information you need to start and grow your business.
You’ve had an idea to start a business. Now what?
Turning these ideas into a successful business means you need the knowledge to make this a reality. You might want to know about market conditions, legal issues or how customers are likely to respond to your product or service when it is launched. Or maybe you’re just not sure where to start.
This webinar will help increase your chances of business success.
- How to develop a strategy for identifying the information that will help you make your business idea a reality
- What information is available in the British Library Business & IP Centre and also what information is available online
- How primary research, such as talking to customers, can be built into your strategy.
This is an abridged version of the workshop we hold in the British Library Business & IP Centre, presented by Nigel Spencer. Nigel is currently responsible for services to support innovation and entrepreneurship at the British Library Business & IP Centre.
By taking part in this webinar you will be automatically enrolled on Innovating for Growth Start-ups. An ERDF funded British Library programme to help get your business off the ground. I4G Start-ups consists of 12 hours of support spread over 8 webinars; Doing Research from Home; Introduction to Lean Start Up; Research for New Business; Introduction to Patent Searching; Introduction to Registered Designs; Introduction to Trade Mark Searching; and Get Started Part 1 and 2 (available from June onwards).
Please note this is an online webinar. You do not need to come into the library to attend. Also note that the resources available at the British Library Business & IP Centre, referred to in the webinar, may not be available at Newcastle City Library Business & IP Centre.
This webinar is delivered by the Business & IP Centre London team based at the British Library, using Citrix software. The British Library Business & IP Centre supports people to start, protect and grow their businesses. See the British Library privacy statement and Citrix privacy statement.Make a booking