Business in Brighton & Hove
January 10, 2012 | By Nimbus |
What is happening in Brighton & Hove for local businesses? Is it a great city to start a new business? Are there enough customers to kick start a new venture in Brighton & Hove?
Brighton & Hove, on the south coast of England, has always attracted creative students to the local universities and has helped maintain Brighton’s bohemian feel. The city is booming with freelance businesses such as photographers, writers, editors, artists and designers. With the American Express European headquarters here, there are also plenty of employment opportunities. London is only a 50 minute train ride away which also makes Brighton & Hove a great base for city commuters.
If you are living in Brighton & Hove, what business should you think of starting? The city has a great number of tourist opportunities and with the huge amount of language schools, if you speak another language you are in luck. Also, with London in easy commuting distance, consultancy work in the city is a viable option. With a growing number of new businesses there are also opportunities for support networks to help out new budding entrepreneurs. Online businesses can be created anywhere, there are lots of IT/web based business starting in Brighton & Hove all the time.
Brighton & Hove has a very active a vibrant networking community, the city is big enough for us to all share in its prosperity, but small enough to know each other. I would highly recommend the Brighton Curry Club, this is a very informal meeting, but great for beginners to learn the ropes.
Brighton and Hove is a great place to start a new business and that’s why Nimbus Accounting is proud to support many new business startups in the city. We have our head office in Hove and are very active locally, always trying to pass on our expertise to local businesses.
If you are thinking of starting a new business in Brighton & Hove, then why not contact Nimbus Accounting for a free consultation to see how we can help your business grow and develop.