We’ve partnered with Rebel Business School to run FREE online courses about practical ways to run a business, regardless of where you’re at on your journey.

What is the Rebel Business School?

The Rebel Business School (formerly PopUp Business School) is the UK’s leading business course that shows you practical ways to run a business, regardless of where you’re at on your journey. If you are already established, they will cover how to adapt and be more resilient during times of change. If you are a beginner, they’ll show you the basics to get started.

Find out more about Rebel Business School:

How will the courses work?

Rebel Business School will present live seminars, pre-recorded content, practical exercises, and online networking that will show you how to adapt your business for online audiences and how to develop your business skills and knowledge.

The sessions are led by successful entrepreneurs, whose events regularly attract over 100 aspiring business owners.

Simon Paine, Rebel Business School co-founder and CEO says:

There’s nothing better than meeting someone with no business experience and guiding them through their first sale – it can transform lives. You don’t need money, experience or a university degree to start a business. You just need an idea, some passion and a bit of help.

What do the courses cover?

During the course, you will learn more about business through practical and hands-on sessions. The areas covered will be:

  • Bootstrap your business
  • Social media
  • Sales & marketing
  • Build a free website
  • Tax, VAT & legal

Take a look at the course guide here.

How can I apply?

Dates for 2022 courses are below. We’ll be updating the links to sign up for each course as soon as we have more information.

  • Jan 24 – Feb 4 2022  – sign up today.
  • Mar 21 – Apr 1 2022
  • May 2022 TBC

Sign up for January’s course:

Rebel Business School

Natasha took part in FREE online courses with Rebel Business School and now has her own chocolate business, Coco Delights.

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