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Scale Up Your Business with Tree Shepherd

Have you started up a business and are looking to grow?

Then look no further! Tree Shepherd is proud to announce its new Scale Up Your Business course.

This interactive 4-day course is aimed at Lambeth residents who are already trading on a small scale and are ready to grow. Perhaps you are working from home and need to make the transition to formal shared workspace. You may be generating income but need to improve your financial management and cashflow. You may have found your first customers and now need to hone your brand and marketing to build a pipeline of customers.

As with all of our courses, all business ideas are welcome and no academic qualifications are required. The course is free for individuals aged 18+ resident in the borough of Lambeth who are unemployed or receiving benefits or on low household income.

Tree Shepherd CEO Colin Crooks says, ‘We’re delighted to be able to offer this new course. At Tree Shepherd we have found that clients who engage with us over a prolonged period of time make more progress with their business, and we hope that our new Scale Up Your Business course helps even more people to push on and turn their start-up into a sustainable enterprise.  With Universal Credit requiring people to prove they are “gainfully self-employed” this course is essential for everyone who is starting out but still claiming some sort of benefit.

If this sounds like you, sign up here for the Scale Up Your Business course starting 13th July. The course will run at We Are 336, 336 Brixton Road, Brixton, London, SW9 7AA, just a few minutes away from Brixton tube station.

If you want to know more or have any questions, drop us a line at or call us on 020 3697 1541. Alternatively, just leave your details here and we’ll give you a call back.

Find out more about Tree Shepherd courses here

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