We want you to join in with our #StartingSomething campaign by telling the world (or rather your social media network) about the self starters, inspirational people, or independent businesses, that you think we all should know about!
We know that it’s not easy to take an idea and turn it into something real. That’s one of the key reasons why we created Startacus - the self start society.
It’s a place filled with the information, support and inspiration to help make starting, sustaining or growing a business as easy as possible.
Too often, the traditional support functions that exist to support ‘self starters’ act as a barrier - ‘tick box’ here, ‘criteria’ there, ‘computer says no’....you get the picture!
So here’s our call to action!
We love to offer inspiration and motivation by giving a shout-out to self starters, people probably just like you, who are doing their own thing, captaining their own ship, and #StartingSomething!
But we can’t do it alone.
We want you to join in with our #StartingSomething campaign by telling the world about the self starters, inspirational people, or independant businesses, that you think we all should know about.
What do you have to do?
It’s easy, just give a shout out, via Twitter, Facebook, your newsletter etc, to the #StartingSomething campaign highlighting some startups, self starters, or local business that you reckon we all should know about. To flag it up to everyone else use the #StartingSomething hashtag and feel free to tweet us at @iamstartacus
Perhaps the startups, self starters that you highlight will in turn highlight more and so forth. Imagine, the impact that that this could have for each self starter or startup business - a combined, giant pat on the back and the chance to share their story all around the world!
Get Started Now!
Start by sharing the love for this campaign on Twitter by clicking this handy automated tweet along and add the #StartingSomething hashtag in at the end!
Mi-IDEA Manchester Networking Event
27th Sep 2016
The teams from CISCO and Manchester Science Partnerships have teamed up to create Mi-IDEA, a post-accelerator designed to foster and nurture digital innovation in the North West of England.