Technical Enterprise Support (TES)
Facilitated by CEAL in partnership with GEDS.
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What is your name?
In which Local Authority do you live in?
How did you hear about our offer of TES?
GEDS's Team Member
Family or friends
What type of business start-up are you in interested in?
Private Company Limited By Guarantee
Company Limited by Shares
Have you registered your business with Company's House? If yes, how aware are you about your statutory obligations?
I feel fairly confident.
No, I am a beginner and need help and support in understanding my responsibilities and duties.
Have you opened your business bank account?
I have had difficulties due to Covid 19, the bank has not given me an appointment.
I am struggling to find the right people to support my company.
Do you feel that you can promote your business online?
I have set up a Facebook Account and people have started to notice my products.
I promote my business by 'Word of Mouth' and don't feel very confident using Technology.
I would like to learn how to create my own website.
I am not sure at the moment.
Has Covid 19 helped or hindered your business?
Covid 19 lock down prevented me from marketing my products or services.
People became more interested in my products and services.
Newer opportunities opened up for me.
I used my time to learn newer skills online.
I just feel very demotivated.
I feel I will regain my confidence once again through your training.
This training has come at the right time for me.
What specific areas of support do you feel you need?
Support with logging on to Company House website and filling out forms.
Support with Budget and Accounting.
Support with knowing how to comply with HMRC requirements
Funding Support, I don't know how I can access grants.
Support with developing my Business logos.
Support with setting up Bank Accounts
What is your age group?
How do you prefer to be contacted?
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