Build a Business (Entrepreneurship)


1.5hrs per day for 5 days (1 week course)

1.5hrs per week for 5 weeks (5 week course)

Available to: people who want to learn how to start a business.

Overview:  Over the duration of the course, learn how to create your own business idea, identify your customers and profile them, understand the strategic logic of marketing, schedule promotion activities to build your brand, and pitch your business idea to a judging panel of peers.

The course gives you the skills to start and develop a business from scratch, while also looking at famous exemplars like Steve Jobs and Sir Richard Branson.

Refer a friend! Once your friend books and pays for 3 lessons, you get one free!

Session Timetable: Build a Business 

Session Description 

1 The business idea: the “What” & “Why”

2 Customer profiling: the “Who”

3 Strategic logic in marketing: the “How”

4 Marketing activities & channels: the “When”

5 Dragon’s Den Business Pitch



Note: Insight Education reserves the right to make changes/refinements to the above session timetable at short notice, but certifies that any changes will achieve the same outcomes as listed under the course  description.


Age / Duration

Adult 5 Week Course, 12-17yrs 5 Week Course, 12-17yrs 1 Week Course


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Frequently Asked Questions

No, there is no minimum booking requirement. 

However, we would recommend a minimum of 8 lessons to begin to see a real difference in your child’s ability.

We will contact you after the first lesson to see how everything went for you and your child.  If you have any doubts or concerns at all, this is your opportunity to tell us.  It is very rare that a child does not get on with a tutor, but if this is the case we will offer you another suitable tutor.  We currently have 70 tutors on our books from which to choose.

The short answer here is ‘yes’.  When we began to work online with younger children during the lockdown we were unsure how they would manage, but they are brilliant online.  As younger children are adaptable and very quick to learn new things, they have proven to be more adept and more natural online than many older children and adults.

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