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Want to be your own boss? Are you a start–up looking for support?
Starting and building a business is a glorious but very difficult journey. Especially if you are going at it alone. But you don’t have to!
Join us on Tuesday 30th of April to learn about how Outset Waltham Forest can support you in your quest for a sustainable, profitable and joyful business.
The program is set up to guide new businesses on the process of starting up, planning with intention and also to grow. If you re based in the borough, come and find out how we can help.
Explore the magic of movement and self–expression with Stephanie on Saturdays in our new creative contemporary dance class for children. This fun–packed dance class places the emphasis on ‘play’ and ‘creativity’ rather than ‘choreography’.
Stephanie is a freelance choreographer trained in all styles of dance from ballet to tap, modern to contemporary. Graduating from a performing arts course at Central Saint Martins where she developed a uniquely creative approach to dance–making. She has since landed a permanent position in a children–oriented dance company ‘A Truefitt Collective’, teaching dance across various primary schools in North London.
The classes will be divided into two parts to cater to children of different ages:
4 – 7 year olds – 11:15am – 12:15pm
7 – 11 year olds – 12:30pm – 1:30pm
6 Classes – £42
Drop–in – £8 each session
Waltham Forest Business Network brings you: Making Connections.
In partnership with Forge, the Waltham Forest Business Network will be running 8 Making Connections events. The first event will be at TTNY, and provide an opportunity for the community of creative and cultural people and businesses in and around Blackhorse Lane to meet and form new connections with people from a range of industries across the borough and beyond.
Speaker: Shireen Smith founder of law firm Azrights – an award winning, niche Intellectual Property (IP) law firm.
These events will also offer the opportunity for other local community groups to meet the Forge businesses, find things in common, and create new connections.
To attend, visit the link below and follow the instructions.
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