Join us during Global Entrepreneurship Week 2018 for our annual FREE Hackney Entrepreneurship Conference on 12 November.
An afternoon of panel discussions, networking and access to business support organisations who can help you build your own empire!
This year we are delighted to welcome a truly inspiring panel of guest speakers for our discussion:
Young Entrepreneurs Who Are Ready To Change The World
For more information and to sign up:
Are you on a low income and want advice and support to make the next step into a better paid job?
Hackney Works Hubs offer free support to help Hackney residents into employment. The hubs are now open for extended hours until 8pm on select evenings of the month, to help those that are not available during office hours.
Come and discuss your options and access support from a Hackney Works advisor.
Call to book your appointment:
Woodberry Down Opportunity Hub: 020 8356 8189
Lee House Opportunity Hub: 020 8356 3331
Hoxton Opportunity Hub: 020 8365 6471
Young people in media initiative
Media agency Vizeum has teamed up with MAD//Fest London (28-29 November, Old Truman Brewery) and young entrepreneur Jack Parsons to ensure the media leaders of tomorrow come from as diverse a range of backgrounds as possible.
The programme gives 25 young people free tickets to MAD//Fest London on 28-29 November and helps them gain work experience with some of the world’s largest companies, including Ikea and Burger King.
To find out more and to apply:
Job of the week
Customer Administration Officer x 2 Posts
£27,402 – £29,010
Full time – closes 11 November
Search all current Hackney Council vacancies.
Need help with your finances?
Attend the personal budgeting one day workshop by Money A+E held at Homerton Hub, 6a Rectory Road, N16 7QS on November 8 from 10:30am – 2pm. Email Opportunities@hackney.gov.ukto reserve your place now.
Hackney Opportunity Hubs
Homerton Opportunity Hub – this service is temporarily located at:
6a Rectory Road
Hoxton Opportunity Hub
137-139 Bowling Green Walk
Corner of Pitfield Street
Woodberry Down Opportunity Hub
Redmond Community Centre
Residents and businesses can ask Mayor Philip Glanville about the issues that matter to them, as well as offer their ideas and aspirations for the borough, at the second annual Hackney Mayor’s Question Time.
The event takes place at the Town Hall on Monday, November 26, from 7pm to 9pm and is free to attend.
If you live or work in Hackney you can earn points and prizes for sharing your opinion on important local issues through the online residents panel Hackney Matters
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