Support for young entrepreneurs

The Shropshire Youth Support Trust (SYST) is a charity dedicated to supporting young people throughout Shropshire in starting a business.

SYST’s Richard Nuttall explains, “We help young, unemployed and under-employed people in the local area to have the opportunity to utilise their talents and potential so they can run a profitable and viable business. Our Shropshire Enterprise Centres are based in Telford and at the British Ironworks Centre between Shrewsbury and Oswestry, and we also have an SYST Enterprise Hub at University Centre Shrewsbury.

We offer mentoring, workshops, clinics, subsidised business premises and desks, pop-up retail space, business information/templates and documents, free advertising on our website and social media networks, virtual PA services and our mentoring and money panel – imagine a friendly Dragon’s Den style of support.”

If you’re interested in tapping into the SYST’s resources, visit systbusiness.co.uk or find @systbusiness on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.

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