A new programme to help refugees integrate and grow their new business ideas is launched
New Business Support for Refugee Entrepreneurs.
Well-being & Work for Refugee Integration Programme
MENTA is delighted to be part of the wider AMIF-funded programme, Well-being & Work for Refugee Integration, launched on 1st September 2020.
This follows on from our work on the Refugee Entrepreneur Project which ends in October 2020. Background to the Refugee Entrepreneur Project
In early 2020, MENTA started working on a new initiative with the Centre for Entrepreneurs. It was this project, which was part of the government’s commitment to increase integration support for all refugees in the UK, with a key focus on employment and self-employment. It has proven to be a positive way for refugees to showcase their abundance of skills and talents, and for the local community to assist in their integration. The first project has an end date of October 2020.
NEW! Well-being & Work for Refugee Integration 2020/2021
See how the project is helping clients with business coaching, marketing and business planning, helping participants launch their new business ventures.
Salah EL Nagar, who is originally from Egypt, but now lives in Norwich with his new Egyptian food business taking orders from a base at the popular Norwich market.
Project manager for MENTA, John Neild eplains, "This new range of training, guidance and business support helps individuals realize their existing knowledge and experience in a new setting, we deliver business planning as well as finance and marketing guidance though workshops and 1-2-1 coaching sessions.
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