Working for yourself isn’t for everyone but for some there’s no looking back!
If you’re thinking about starting a business of your own or would like to learn more about what's involved or perhaps bring a renewed focus to your existing business - we're here to help. Shaping, researching and developing your idea is crucial and giving some much needed time to invest in yourself and in your idea is a great start in making it happen and ensuring it has the best chance of success.
The Make it in Morecambe network is rooted in creating a strong and supportive culture for new and existing small businesses in Morecambe and across the district. Not only will you have the chance to like minded peers and explore new possibilities but through the skills labs you will have the chance to or a new challenge and start to think about new possibilities too.
Furthermore we have been working with Lancaster University and partners across Europe on the Elie 2.0 and CASCADE projects to co-create bespoke learning materials and resources to support emerging entrepreneurs, start ups and help build resilience and generate new opportunities in the district. Upon completion these will be available free for you to access from the comforts of your home.
Tuesday 1st Feb | 10.30am - 12pm on Zoom
Writing about Yourself and Your Work with Sharon Burns
Tuesday 1st March |
Details coming soon
Tuesday 8th March |
6pm - 7.30pm on Zoom
How to Plan & Deliver a Workshop with Bev & Steve
Tuesday 15th March |
6pm - 7.30pm on Zoom
Bev Liver & Learning Together. Starting & Running a Social Enterprise
Tuesday 22nd March |
10.30am - 2.30pm in the Studio, Morecambe Arndale
Getting Noticed - Part 3 with Emily & James
Want to share your skills & knowledge and support the community?
Make it in Morecambe is our commitment to supporting creative, community based enterprise, freelancers, start-ups and projects across the area. It is FREE to attend and supported by the amazing community of experts and professionals in the district that want to help local people succeed too! If you can spare a couple of hours and think you have something you can contribute to the programme we’d love to hear from you.