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Business start up taster workshop

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14 January 2013 10:30am - 1:30pm

Reginald Centre : Chapeltown


Business start-up  - Taster Workshops
With a mixed menu of business support organisations in attendance.
Do you need information, help and support about starting up a business? Learn more about where to go, who you need to speak with and how you can access business support by coming along to one of our business support workshops.

1. An overview of business support within Leeds –  Leeds City Council
2. How to access, Business and Patent Information Services  - Library Business Services
3. Business advice and guidance  – Leeds Chamber
4. Making Tax & Book keeping less painful  – HMRC – Business Education & Support Team
5. Maximising your marketing ability  – Chartered Institute of Marketing
6. Are you eligible for the  Enterprise Allowance scheme? - Job Centre Plus
7. Networking (between speakers and attendees)

We are running a series of these workshops throughout the city including

1. January 14th - Chapeltown

2. .January 25th - Pudsey

3. January 28th - Harehills

4. February 6th - Farsley

5. February 12th - Halton

6. February 19th - Seacroft

7. March 19th - Pudsey

Everyone welcome

Price:   FREE

Contact details:   To book your free place and to attend the workshop of your choice,  please, email, or call 0113 247574

Additional information:  


Chapeltown library 

The Reginald Centre
263 Chapeltown Road

t.   0113 336 7683


Local library. See the libraries pages for more information.


Baby change
Internet access
Photocopier - black and white
Vending machine


This is a multi service building.  Customer parking is available to the back of the building which includes four disabled parking bays.  The surface is tarmac and concrete, well maintained and level.  Public transport is immediately in front of the building (10 metres); however if going in the opposite direction there would be a need to cross a busy road via pelican crossing.  Entrance is at the front via automatic doors.  Once in the building the library is on one level.  There is one accessible customer toilet on the ground floor. There are lifts to take customers to other services on other floors were additional accessible toilets can be found. Large keyboard and mouse, Boardmaker and Global Writer are also available.  There are low level areas and an Induction loop is installed on the counter. 

Public transport  

The library is on the local bus routes. Please contact Metroline for up-to-date travel information on (0113) 245 7676


The library has parking

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