From the Fashion Business School,
London College of Fashion, UAL

As a valued member of the BBS community, we wanted to share an exciting opportunity that has been tailor-made just for you and your business growth.

We understand the challenges faced by our network in today’s dynamic business landscape. That’s why we are excited to introduce the Help to Grow Management Course, from the Fashion Business School, London College of Fashion, UAL, designed to elevate your leadership capabilities, foster mentorship opportunities, and fortify your business resilience.

Why is this programme of great value to you and your business?

Empowering Mentorship: Gain access to industry-leading mentors who have successfully navigated the challenges you're facing.

Becoming a Better Leader: We believe that great leaders are not born; they are developed. This programme is meticulously crafted to equip you with the skills, tools, and mindset needed to elevate your leadership prowess and drive tangible results.

Building Business Resilience: In today's ever-changing landscape, resilience is the key to surviving and thriving. The curriculum will help you build a resilient business, ensuring you can adapt and grow in any market condition.

What’s even more exciting is that this 90% bursary is exclusively for the UK Black Business Show network.
However, as spaces are limited, we encourage you to act fast to secure your spot!

Application Criteria

To be able to register for this programme you must meet the following eligibility criteria:

• Be a leader and/or a senior manager from a UK based small and medium sized business that has been operating for over a year with between 5 – 249 employees.*

• If your business has 5 – 9 employees, one senior leader/manager is eligible for registration.

• If your business has 10 or more employees or has attended the Small Business Leadership Programme (SBLP), two senior leaders/managers from the same business are eligible for registration.

• Unfortunately, the business can’t be a charity.

*Please note at least 5 of your staff must be permanent members of staff and on your payroll. They can be full-time or part-time, but freelancers or other contractors not on your PAYE are not considered employees for eligibility purposes.

Register now