net315 provides college students and members of the community with support, information and guidance to assist them starting their own businesses and becoming self employed.
The consortium of 14 partners, who work together across Yorkshire and The Humber, consist of seven colleges and seven specialist partners.
Together with the running of enterprise activities, the college partners are offering physical space for students to attend workshops, hot desk and actually run their business. Specialist partners are offering mentoring services, workshops, virtual networking and enterprise related events and programmes running within and outside of the college network.
net315 is supported financially by the European Union, attracting £4.2 million from the European Regional Development Fund as part of Europe’s support for the region’s economic development through the Yorkshire and Humber ERDF Programme.
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