The Hatchery, London Met's business start-up programme, gives you all the support you need to turn your dream into a reality.
Date: 8 October 2014
The Hatchery, London Met's business start-up programme, gives you all the support you need to turn your dream into a reality - amazing offices, mentorship, events and a chance to be part of a thriving community at our building in Shoreditch.
You've not got long though, applications for The Hatchery close on 13 October. It's free for students and graduates of London Met, but places are extremely limited.
But don't just take our word for it
Hear what some of our participants have to say about the program...
"The program has been an amazing experience. Having access to industry experts and professional networks has been a massive help in getting our catering business off the ground." Ayden Kappo & Jasmine Holland
Co-founders of Melting Pot LDN
"You have so many questions when starting up, so having access to experienced business advisers, and a community of other entrepreneurs, is invaluable. It's really motivating." Anna Ojutkangas & Eve Suoyrjo
Co-founders of Arctic Power Berries
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