Support for self-employed in Sheffield City Region

Tina Brown, right.Tina Brown, right.
Tina Brown, right.
Self-employed people and sole traders impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic are being offered help and support to get their businesses back on track.

Small businesses in the Sheffield City Region can access fully funded courses under the Pathway to Recovery Success programme.

The course runs over six three-hour virtual interactive seminars and business coaching sessions.

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Tina Brown, CEO of training company Alternative Partnership, said the courses would provide vital support for small businesses and sole traders, some of whom had been worst affected by the economic downturn.

She said: “While there has been a lot of financial help and support for larger companies, freelancers and the self-employed have often slipped through the net and it’s been a stressful time as people have feared for their businesses and their livelihoods.”

To qualify, participants must be self-employed or be a sole trader with a business registered in the Sheffield City Region.

To apply go to


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