Becoming a market trader is a great way to start your own business, as it’s flexible, low risk and provides you with an instant audience for your product.
We are offering a package of business and financial support for up to 12 Lewisham residents aged 17–24 who are interested in starting their own business and having their own market stall.
The support on offer includes:
To be eligible for this scheme, you must be:
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend an interview and present a business case during the week commencing 8 October, and the successful candidates will be notified soon afterwards.
If you have any questions about any of the above, please email@example.com.
This scheme is one of a number of projects to help regenerate Catford and Deptford town centres and ensure their markets’ long-term future. Funding for the scheme is via Lewisham Council and the Mayor of London’s Outer London Fund.
The Council is keen to use the Outer London Fund as an opportunity to test new grounds for getting young people into work and especially getting young people into working for themselves.
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