Start-ups in London Libraries (SiLL) supports early-stage and aspiring entrepreneurs through a network of business support accessible online across 10 London Boroughs, including Haringey.
SiLLs will give you the skills, information, confidence and connections you need to turn your ideas into a viable business.
This offer is available until December 2021, led in partnership by Haringey Council and the British Library’s Business and IP Centre (BIPC) and funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
Haringey’s Start-ups in London Libraries(SiLL) offers over 30 hours of FREE workshops, which aim to put practical support in place for entrepreneurs at the earliest stage of their business development. See below a few of the workshops available.
What next for my business?
Covers all the fundamentals of using the BIPC’s and your library’s resources to protect your intellectual property and develop a strategic roadmap for your business.
If you are new to Start-ups in London Libraries, please fill out this registration form as well as registering on Eventbrite. As this project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund, this is important for our funding purposes. If you have previously taken part in any Start-ups in London Libraries workshop, you do not need to fill this out again.
To take part in the Start-ups in London Libraries workshops you or your business needs to have a London based postcode. You also need to be either:
The owner of a business which has been registered at Companies House for less than 12 months.
You should be an aspiring entrepreneur with a business idea you want to develop.
This is the first part of a two-day offering. To make the most of the free business support offered by the Start-ups in London Libraries project, please also book to attend the Day 2 webinar – ‘Get ready for business’- alongside this workshop. These workshops have been designed for people who have had a registered business for less than a year, or those with a business idea they want to develop.
Please contact SiLLWorkshopBookings@bl.uk with any queries.
The project is fully funded by the European Regional Development Fund, the British Library, ten participating London boroughs and generously supported by JP Morgan and Arts Council England.