If you’re interested in exploring whether your ideas can grow into a great business then Outset can help!
Our programme is designed to help you:
We know how daunting the idea of working for yourself and managing your own business can be. Our goal is not to baffle you with jargon, but rather to ensure that you have all the support you need for every stage of your journey, from developing the first stages of your idea through to planning and launching your business, and beyond. Plus, our Outset Finance service is a government approved Start Up Loans provider and can help you get money for your new business.
Like all other EU funded projects, our current co-financed provision from the European Regional Development Fund ended on 30 June. This means that we’re not able to offer our workshops or other on-the-ground support, although we’re hoping to be back up and running in the future. Find out more about our current funding situation.
The good news is that thanks to The Outset Foundation, we are able to continue to offering all residents of Plymouth 12-months free access to our interactive online learning tool, Outset Online, which gives you all the support, knowledge and tools you need to start and sustain your business – whenever or wherever you need.
"Outset Plymouth helped me go from thinking can I run a business? To yes I think I can! Then yes I will. And finally..YES I AM! My advisor Stephanie has instilled a confidence in me about myself and my cupcakes that just wasn’t there by giving me all the practical tools and her unique empathy and support." Diana Jevons, Lush Buns
"I thoroughly enjoyed the enterprise courses run by Outset Plymouth and found the staff to be very dedicated and supportive. Even to the point where some team members came into the office on a Sunday to help me with a presentation." Fiona Crane, The Blue Room
Over the past 5 years, Outset have worked with more than 1,500 Plymouth residents, helping them explore the possibilities of self-employment and entrepreneurship. Many of these individuals were facing circumstances which made it harder for them to access mainstream work – whether …