One to one business support

Practical business support for Deaf and Disabled people’s organisations

Business Development Manager offering one to one support

London’s Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations (DDPOs) are facing ever more challenges, with demand for services increasing, and funding sources getting harder to access.

Business Advice Surgeries

As well as our regular training and events programme, we offer regular free business development advice surgeries to Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations in London. You can bring any business, finance or organisational management problem. Our business advisor will provide practical advice, information about any further support Inclusion London is able to provide, and signposting on to other sources of support.

DDPOs can book one hour advice slots (face to face in our Brixton offices, or by Skype).

Business Advice Surgery dates for 2019

April 23rd   2.00-5.00
June 18th   2.00-5.00
August 20th   2.00-5.00
Sept 10th   2.00-5.00
Oct 15th   2.00-5.00
Dec 10th  2.00-5.00

How to book

To book a session please email our business advisor Alex Hendra consultancy1@inclusionlondon.org.uk

About the business advisor

This advice is being delivered by Alex Hendra who is an expert in providing business and finance development support to DDPOs, having run Inclusion London’s Business development Project for the last 6 years, and with 17 years’ experience in CEO or senior management roles in the charity sector.

Inclusion London also have a strong track record in providing more detailed bespoke support commissioned by DDPOs in London and beyond. Our associate consultants have experience and skills in a wide range of business, finance, organisational and service development areas. If you are interested in discussing bespoke support please contact Kea.Horvers@inclusionlondon.org.uk

 


inclusion-london-reportsMore resources available in our Members area

• Member Resource: Getting to Grips with Business Modelling
• DDPO HR Policy Templates
• Toolkit: Making Events Accessible to Disabled People

Not a member? Find out how your organisation can become a member at https://www.inclusionlondon.org.uk/membership/