The Business & IP Centre at Exeter and Barnstaple Libraries host a range of events and workshops to suit start-ups, entrepreneurs or businesses looking to learn new skills or research their industry.
Due to Covid-19, many of our events are currently hosted online, via Zoom.
Webinars run weekly on a variety of subjects and are a great way to get an overview of a new topic, or a refresher which can help you to look at your business plan in a new light. Whether you’re just starting out or an established business looking to grow, our webinars are useful, inspiring and informative.
One-to-ones are useful for enquiring about how you can access business information and support, to discuss a problem or question you have in a specific area of your business, or to find out more about Intellectual Property. Find out more information on our 1-to-1s page.
Events for January 13, 2022
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An hour-long, virtual one-to-one meeting to discuss your business needs, with our marketing expert, Alison Jobson.Expert biography:Alison is a Chartered […]Find out more »
A virtual one-to-one meeting to help you discover information and support for your business through Devon Libraries and Torbay LibrariesIn […]Find out more »
A virtual one-to-one meeting to help you better understand how you can protect and use the IP in your business.Intellectual […]Find out more »
A virtual one-to-one meeting to discuss your business needs, with our digital marketing expert, Nigel WilkinsonExpert biography: As founder and […]Find out more »
A virtual one-to-one meeting to discuss your plans for your business and get advice on growing whilst being sustainable and […]Find out more »
An hour-long, virtual, one-to-one meeting, to discuss your business needs, with our PR/comms expert Siobhán Lavelle.Expert biography: Siobhán is a […]Find out more »
A virtual one-to-one meeting, up to one-hour long, to discuss your business needs with our Social Enterprise expert Chris Gunson.Expert […]Find out more »
An introduction to copyright and trade marks in the UK, and how you can use them to protect the intellectual […]Find out more »