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The Innervision Account Manager Model Programme, is designed to support and accelerate the growth of businesses owned by individuals from Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic backgrounds. This comprehensive programme offers tailored coaching, personalised growth strategies, and an integrated network of resources to help your business reach its full potential. 

Programme Highlights:

  • 1-Hour Interview: Discuss growth strategies and enablers with our experts.
  • 10 Monthly Coaching Sessions: Receive continuous support and guidance.
  • 3 Days In-Person Events: Develop a Diagnostic Growth Plan and review key milestones.

Key Components

  • Right Model of Support: Tailored coaching and personalised growth strategies.
  • Impact: Identification of business purpose, value and social Impact.
  • Ecosystem: Integrated network of resources and expert collaboration.
  • Critical Success Factors: Quality engagement and measurable progress.
  • Evaluation and Aftercare: Continuous assessment and ongoing support.

Eligibility

  • 10 places Cohort 1 Business 0- two 2 years  and 10 places Cohort 2 two+ years.
  • Living or Based in LCR Area.
  • Must not have NOT completed a business support programme with anyone else in the last 12 months.
  • Businesses, owned by individuals from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds.
  • Business Status can be any business form (social enterprise, CIC, limited company by guarantee, LLP).
  • Potential for growth, purpose, ambition and understanding of your market, for growth, for participation in the project.
  • Preferably registered with companies house.

For any questions or additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected].

Check back for key dates to be added to your diary:

June 2024:

  • 17th-23rd Refugee Week

July 2024:

  • 18 Nelson Mandela International Day
  • 18th-17th (Aug) South Asian Heritage Month

August 2024:

  • Up to 17th South Asian Heritage Month
  • 28th Sola Arts End of Summer Celebration

Further dates to be announced