Last chance for start-ups to attend StartUp Britain 2016 bus tour

Enterprise organisation's fifth annual bus tour will culminate with an all-day London event offering budding entrepreneurs free advice

The StartUp Britain bus tour, which has visited 30 towns and cities around the UK over the last six weeks, will conclude its journey by parking in front of King’s Cross station this Friday.

From 7am to 8pm, local business owners, lawyers and professional advisors will be on the bus will offering free support and mentoring to budding entrepreneurs looking to make their business idea reality.

The bus will be visiting aspiring entrepreneurs in Milton Keynes today and Reading on Thursday before its final stop in London.

Supported by NatWest and 123 Reg, this is the fifth year for the tour which looks to celebrate, inspire and support entrepreneurship and enterprise by offering free impartial advice to thousands of people in their local areas.

StartUp Britain was launched in 2011 by a group of eight successful entrepreneurs including regular Startups.co.uk contributor and Young Gun Oli Barrett MBE, Seven Hills co-founder Michael Hayman MBE, and Emma Jones MBE of Enterprise Nation.

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