• Face to face mentoring

    New Business Start-ups need your help. Would you like to be a volunteer mentor to new business? If you can afford to give up 2 hours volunteering a week (or 1 day a month) to support start-up entrepreneurs and/or unemployed people find jobs then please read on. Mentors are needed in the Greater London Area. Read More
  • Helping Start-ups

    Ixion has helped over 7,000 unemployed people start trading in business in the last 2 years. Ixion Social Enterprise Ltd is committed to enterprise in the UK. Are You? Ixion’s advisors help provide the skills and advice during the start up phase - our volunteer mentors help sustain that success... Read More
  • Why become a mentor?

    The mentoring process is a big commitment for both the mentee and mentor. Benefits for the mentees is obvious, however what do you - the mentor get out of this process through sharing your time and knowledge? Read More
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Register as a Mentor

If you have an area of expertise and would like to contribute to the development of new business start-ups we would love to hear from you.

  • Benefits
  • Ixion Links
  • Mentor Support

Why should I get involved? 

Give-something-back

A chance to give something back. You've worked hard, learnt a lot and maybe even earned a lot...time to pass it on?

 
 
 
 
 
You-will-Learn-TooYou'll learn too. Our clients have diverse needs. Mentoring is not a one way street- you'll pick up insights and hone your mentoring skills.
 
 Contribute to the economy. Help make enterprise start-ups sustainable. 
Skills-Support Innovation
Contract-Management Enterprise

Mentor Co-ordination & Support

Questions?

If you would please like to contact us by phone or email:

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Business mentoring for small business enterprises

IXION invests in local communities

As a Not-for-Profit Group we are focussed on transforming people's lives:

Recently Ixion has spent c £160,000 of its profits for social investment in its Vision and into supporting unemployed people and growing local communities.eg
i. Through £60,000 of grant investment in 600 start-up organisations (unemployed & employed client base).
ii. Through £100,000 of investment in eg: clients finding jobs by providing them with access to computers and job search facilities at a local level.
c. Ixion operates with an entrepreneurial spirit to strong commercial principles but we are guided by an equally strong moral compass.
d. We have a vision to "transform people lives through Skills, Employment, Enterprise and Innovation, for growth".