Mentoring - Business Resource Centre
  • Mentoring

    When you're starting up or developing a business, the support and guidance of a trained expert can go a long way.

    What you need to know

    What is mentoring? Enterprise mentors are independent, unbiased professionals from a wide range of companies across the UK. Mentors could be experts in sales or marketing or have senior management roles, but they all share one key quality - a passion for enterprise and passing on their expertise to nurture young businesses.

    Meet a mentor An introduction to mentoring from a long-term mentor - Stephen Pegge, Head of External Affairs at Lloyds Bank.

    Case studies and latest news Learn more about Enterprise Mentoring by reading case studies and examples of our recent press releases of how we have supported enterprises, projects and our partners in increasing awareness of how mentoring can really help.

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