Haringey Start-ups is an initiative to support idea-stage and early-stage businesses that are:
- located in Haringey
- interested to work within Haringey
Our aim is to support the local business community by working in collaboration with various organisations.
We develop local training and provide opportunities for businesses to connect and access other business and community networks.
- local free training sessions and support programmes
- networking events across the borough in collaboration with various organisations
- signposting to local and London-based support providers and opportunities
Please email email@example.com if you have any queries.
Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW)
Each November Haringey hosts events during Global Entrepreneurship Week in collaboration with local business and London wide organisations.
Start-up support programmes
There are a range of start-up support programmes provided by various partners across London. Please see an overview of the programmes below as well as website details for how to access further information.
- The Trampery Tottenham
- Enterprise for London
- Bright Ideas Trust
- Prince’s Trust Enterprise Programme
- Capital Enterprise
The Trampery Tottenham (formerly 639 Centre) is a focal point for entrepreneurship and creativity in Tottenham, in association with the Mayor of London and the London Youth Support Trust. It provides 30,000 square feet of workspace and facilities, including 44 studios and 20 desks in open-plan co-working space in Tottenham.
For more information, please visit The Trampery Tottenham website (external link).
Enterprise for London (EFL) is an enterprise organisation supporting local businesses to start and grow. Having recently secured Government Regional Growth Fund money, EFL deliver a local start-up support programme to help new businesses launch and grow.
Support includes one to one advice, business skills training, mentoring and business planning. In addition they can help business raise funding of up £25,000 through the Start Up Loans Company.
A comprehensive package of business support for 16-30 year olds not currently in Employment, Education or Training (NEET) as well as other disadvantaged groups, who are looking to start a business. The Bright Ideas Trust was established in 2007 by Tim Campbell, the first winner of The Apprentice.
Available assistance includes business support, finance, mentoring and networking events.
The Prince’s Trust provide a programme of support and funding for those aged between 18-30 and unemployed or working fewer than 16 hours a week. Applicants will receive support with business planning and if successful, also receive support and expertise from an experienced mentor for up to two years.
Capital Enterprise is a membership body for providers of enterprise support services in London. Its members provide a wide range of services including advice, training and mentoring to pre-start and trading entrepreneurs across London.
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