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CAN

Fast growth programme launches competition to mentor organisations

01 February 2016 10:15

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CAN³ programme now has even more to offer one lucky organisation

There’s never been a better time to get your post start-up VCSE organisation onto the CAN³ floor, with the launch of a bespoke mentoring competition for CAN³ applicants.

Along with getting dedicated work space at a saving of up to 70% of market value, membership of a business coaching scheme and personalised business and financial modelling plans, all CAN³ applicants successful at the February, March or April panels will be entered into a prize draw in which one lucky organisation will win 12 hours of 1 – 2 – 1 bespoke mentoring with our sector leader gurus, including PR expert Tim West of Matter&Co, Head of CAF Venturesome Holly Piper, Social Enterprise UK CEO Peter Holbrook and Robert Music, CEO of Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust.

The CAN³ programme launched by CAN, the charity based social enterprise for office space, skills and social investment, works to help VCSE organisations boost their growth and impact in a faster, more sustainable way. With the floor now complete, the programme combines the best of CAN Mezzanine and CAN Invest expertise in this a fast-growth programme destined to change the paths of post start-ups.

This is a limited time offer, and you can only win if you’re on the CAN³ floor. The quicker you get your application in, the sooner you’ll be in with a chance to win.

For Terms and Conditions please visit can-online.org.uk.

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Email: e.smith-bodie@can-online.org.uk


About CAN

CAN is a registered charity trading as a social enterprise, supplying high-quality, affordable office space and social investment and impact measurement to the not-for-profit sector.

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