Tramshed Tech works in partnership with the Focus Carmarthen and Newtown Enterprise Hubs. The Focus Enterprise Hubs are an innovative space to incubate and accelerate new, and growing businesses. Focus Newtown and Focus Carmarthen Enterprise Hubs are part funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Welsh Government.

The hubs have a strong community who work together to support people developing their business idea. They are committed to promoting entrepreneurship and creating a community focused environment for pre-startups and early post start businesses. The hubs provide free events and workshops aimed at all areas of starting a business. The final part of the business support is the cooperative working space where like minded people can come together to share ideas and skills.

Tramshed Tech helps the hubs to reach their business support goals by running events and workshops tailored towards either pre-start and post-start businesses. In addition Tramshed runs a 12 week business startup programme, the Startup Academy, due to start in September in Focus Carmarthen Enterprise Hub which covers all aspects of setting up a successful business.

There are four useful events Tramshed Tech are running in May…

 

Leveraging Communications Channels, Frank Yaw-Owusu, Twilio – 5th May, 11am-12pm

Covid-19, like all crises, have hurt businesses badly, but despite this some are able to prosper and this is because they have agility, communicate effectively to manage expectations and keep customers informed. In this session we will look into this further.

Following the session you have the opportunity to book a 1-2-1 session with Frank who can provide advice specific to your business.

20 minute slots available 12:00 – 3:00pm, assigned on a first come, first serve basis – email jess@tramshedtech.co.uk to reserve your slot.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ysgogi-sianelau-cyfathrebu-leveraging-communication-channels-tickets-103223149218

 

Creative Wales – Emergency Digital Development Fund Webinar – 6th May, 12:30-1:30pm

Tramshed Tech will be hosting a webinar with Creative Wales. Paul and Dai will run through the eligibility and requirements of the fund and be available for questions.

The fund is for businesses in Wales developing new creative digital IP, products or services. Businesses can access up to £25k to bring a new idea to market. The fund closes on the 18th May.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cronfa-datblygiad-digidol-brys-emergency-digital-development-fund-tickets-104132603420

Storytelling for Startups, Martyn Baker, Gardn – 11th May, 10-11:30am

Ensuring your narrative is clear in unpredictable environments. Martyn will provide you with a practical framework to easily communicate your story to your audience.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/adrodd-stori-ar-gyfer-busnesau-newydd-storytelling-for-start-ups-registration-103250286386

 

Product Market Fit Validation, Frank Yaw-Owusu, Twilio – 19th May – 11am-12pm

This workshop aims to help businesses to think about internal & external factors that can ensure that they are building for one thing only. Their customers.

Following the session you have the opportunity to book a 1-2-1 session with Frank who can provide advice specific to your business.

20 minute slots available 12:00 – 3:00pm, assigned on a first come, first serve basis – email jess@tramshedtech.co.uk to reserve your slot.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/product-market-fit-validation-dilysiad-cynnyrch-marchnad-addas-registration-103216994810

Please ensure you register for the events to receive the webinar links.