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Let's Do Business Group

The Let’s Do Business Group is the leading provider of business advice, training and finance in the South East.


The Let's Do Business Group help budding entrepreneurs and established businesses across Kent, Sussex and Surrey with advice and training to help them to start and to grow their business. In addition they provide finance through the Start Up Loan Scheme and have their own loan finance company that helps businesses unable to access finance through the banks.

Rewards 2017-18

The Let's Do Business Group are offering a 3 day work placement – 1 day at The Business Terrace in Maidstone, shadowing one of their Kent-based business advisers, the other two days based in their St Leonards office, shadowing their business finance and Growth Hub teams.

The successful candidate can expect to review current loan cases, gain an understanding of their loan appraisal process and sit in on client meetings.

This fantastic work-shadowing placement is only 100 points and would ideally suit a candidate studying a business related qualification.

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2015/16: 3-day work shadowing placement focused on business support and finance.

2016/17: 3-day work shadowing placement spent shadowing their business finance and Growth Hub teams.e.


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Last Updated: 17/08/2017