The growth workshop is open to Founders or Directors of businesses that are developing products or services in the Advanced Engineering sector. This includes (but is not limited to); automotive / aerospace / defence / maritime / energy and space. Please contact us if you would like to discuss the suitability of your business to apply.
The Growth Workshops are 2-day Entrepreneurship Programmes focused on the key elements of early stage business growth, such as identifying the market opportunity and building a business plan. This will primarily be for early stage businesses which have been operating for under 12 months.
This free 2 day programme has been designed specifically for early stage companies in growth phase.
Who should apply?
Founders / Managers of early stage companies
The following criteria must be met:
Companies must be in the advanced engineering sector
Companies must be registered in the West of England (NB: The programme is open to companies outside the area if there is no similar support on offer in the company's area.)
The course is led by experienced coaches and sector specialists.
If you would like more information or to discuss an application please call the University of Bath SETsquared Innovation Centre on 01225 388711.
Programme sessions include;
legal structures and considerations
Date: 7th - 8th March 2019
Venue: The, Engine Shed, Bristol
Date: 2nd - 3rd May 2019
Venue: The Engine Shed, Bristol
Feedback from SETsquared growth workshops
A springboard for business.
“The Entrepreneur's Programme really was the springboard for RazorSecure… The investment we’ve raised will allow us to properly kick off with the next stage of the business”
— Alex Cowan – RazorSecure
“Kelda has gone from strength to strength and we have a highly ambitious growth plan. The support we have received from SETsquared has been invaluable because it has enabled us to develop our technology and scale our business. We’ve found new customers and raised investment as a result of SETsquared’s expert mentoring and guidance.”
— Chris Jackson, Kelda Technology