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A Bridgnorth coffee shop has celebrated its first anniversary
with help from a local business course. Before launching
the Coffee at D’Arcy’s in the town’s High Street, Jane
attended a two-day start up workshop with Bridgnorth
business consultancy Good2Great. Now, after a enjoying a
successful first year, she employs four fulltime staff.

“The start-up event was an eye-opening course for me in
setting up my first business. It helped reassure me during
the early stages when it can feel daunting,” said Jane.

Sally Themans of Good2Great said, “Coffee at D’Arcys is
a brilliant addition to Bridgnorth’s award-winning High
Street. It’s delightful to see what a success the shop is.
Jane and her team are continually looking at ways to
enhance their offer by hosting events such as business
networking meetings.”

The course was part one of the Building Business
Confidence programme, which is fully funded by the
Marches Local Enterprise Partnership with money from
the European Regional Development Fund.

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