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Aberdeen business support is plentiful
Support for Aberdeenshire Business (SAB) two angel networks, both of which have close ties to each other. Aurora Private Equity
Where do you go to network in Aberdeen?
Key networking events include those by the Grampian Food Forum, the Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce, the University of Aberdeen, and the Robert Gordon University.
We attend the majority of Aberdeen Business network events – which is the largest and most vibrant organisation of its kind in Aberdeen.
the Business Gateway Aberdeen initiative fulfills a similar function – offering free advice, workshops and services for those in the area looking to start or grow a business.
Start-ups and growing businesses can also benefit from the city’s new accelerator programme hosted at Elevator’s Aberdeen Centre for Entrepreneurship.
co-working space than elsewhere with The Soap Factory one of the only shared office options available at the time. Fast forward 12 months and there are now far more flexible workspace offerings available to business owners such as Instant Offices, Elevator’s co-working development in the city centre, and facilities via Regus.
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