Manchester Tech Trust (MTT) will hold its first support sessions for start-ups on Tuesday February 9th.
The session will take place at Barclays Rise on Deansgate, Manchester.
Attendees will be assigned a one-to-one meeting with one of the MTT advisors and mentors, including founders Dr Neil McArthur and Peter Lusty.
Chief executive Peter Lusty said: “The trust is a gateway to match entrepreneurs with appropriate support, services and investment opportunities – and this session is just one way of doing that.
“The business ideas we help validate can be introduced to our contacts in angel networks – a link role which has been missing in the city’s tech scene.
“We have a real depth of experience with Talk Talk founder Neil McArthur, and tech entrepreneurs Jamil Khalil of Wakelet and Howard Simms of Apadmi have very recent experience of building successful tech start-ups in Manchester.
“The format is open and free flowing and aimed at helping you get the advice you need to deal with your most pressing business challenges.”
For the debut support session at Barclays Rise, there are still a few places left and people can register their interest here.
Those who miss out on this session will be contacted about a future session.