We aim to foster a culture of entrepreneurship, innovation and success among people in communities, creating economic growth and societal impact.
At the heart of how we do this are the Hub Members, the promising entrepreneurs who we support through our programmes, and our Hub Mentors, the business leaders who volunteer their expertise and time to help the Hub Members succeed.
Engage - Sustain - Support - Progress
All participants must be:
–Resident in the UK with permission to work
–Unemployed or economically inactive
–Over 18 years of age
–People from minority ethnic communities;
–People with disabilities and health conditions, including those linked to the misuse of drugs/alcohol;
We do this by helping individuals to address logistical barriers preventing them from engaging with mainstream provision; develops life-skills, that enhances their employability, embedded with fostered sense of self-worth, building up personal resilience;
We engage them in community support networks; hoping that it makes i it more receptive to engaging with professionals; and open to referrals to support outside of the Hub environment, while at the same time reinforceing the value of leading law-abiding lives
•Safe and supportive environment
•Open and engage offered with proven track record for success
•Bespoke services and intervention
Mark (In the cap, who employs ex-offenders) came through the Canteen programme and launched his Fresh Juice business Squeez Me
The Somerleyton Project where participants had opportunities to try out the ideas