This is a sponsored article on behalf of Enterprise Nation.
So you've decided that you want to be your own boss. Now what?
You might have a bright idea — or even just the passion to go it alone — but that's only the first step of navigating the maze that is starting your own business. From raising startup capital to getting your name out there, there are many stumbling blocks between you and making a success of it, and every new entrepreneur needs to know what they're up against. With so much information to take in, Enterprise Nation are hosting the ultimate entrepreneurial get-together to help you make sense of it all.
StartUp 2018 is the best place in London to get the low-down on everything you need to know about beginning your own small business, or even just sharpening up those all-important entrepreneurial skills. With more than 100 expert speakers, 10 info-packed stages, and tickets costing just £10, this might just be your most valuable investment to date.
Hear from inspiring speakers like Sanjana Karnani from Verdure Plus, who turned over £1.5m in 2016 working just six hours per day, and The Gym Group founder John Treharne, who went from being a squash player for England to a top gym entrepreneur — and discover how you can emulate their success in life and business.
There's a lot more than just talks going on: visit one of the many themed zones on offer, and get hands-on advice from the experts — whether your logo needs the magic touch of a branding expert, or you require a little assistance managing your cash flow, StartUp 2018 is your opportunity to get the low-down on the A-Z of business all under one roof.
And if you're feeling up to it, you can even register your company and domain on site. How's that for an everything-you-need-to-know service?
If you're itching to get your business off the ground, then you can't afford to miss an opportunity like this. The all-day event takes place on 13 January 2018 at the Queen Mary University of London, and it's the biggest iteration to date — more than twice the size of last year. Tickets cost just £7.50 for Enterprise Nation members, and £10 for non-members, and you can book here. What are you waiting for?