• 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

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Who benefits from our service?

Mentoring helps new business and those wishing to get back into work to succeed. The value good listening skills coupled with supportive questioning can be highly beneficial. As a mentor you get the satisfaction of helping people achieve their potential.