Part of the Humber LEP network:
Established since 1999, Sirius is a BIS registered Enterprise Agency, and also a fully accredited Community Development Finance Initiative.
Based in Hedon, Sirius offers FREE business advice, mentoring and low cost business loans for local people setting up a new business, or growing an already successful business in Hull and the East Riding Of Yorkshire.
Whether you are just considering an idea, or you have fully researched your new business and are ready to launch, the professional Business Advisors at Sirius are there to help. Whether it’s a ‘butcher, a baker or a candlestick maker’, the Sirius staff know how important the ‘big step’ into self-employment is to you, and really would like to help you to become successful.
If you are considering starting up your own business, or making that ‘step change’ for existing firm, make Sirius your first ‘port of call’, and take advantage of their wealth of expertise in our area.
Just telephone (01482) 890 146 for your initial appointment. Sirius has also been awarded ‘Customer First’ quality status – ensuring that the staff strive to give you the best possible service at all times.
Sirius is very aware just how important taking a ‘big leap into the dark’ can be for you. Whether you are starting-up on your own, or growing your existing business into larger premises or by taking on more staff, a Sirius Business Advisor can give you the support that you need to be able to make your decisions effectively. All of the Advisors at Sirius are professional, qualified, and treat every consultation as confidential.
Whether its researching and planning for a new venture, or budgeting, finding funding or making important contacts, Sirius Busineness Advice Centre has the experience and resources to give you the help that you need.
Sirius offers a wide range of low cost Business Loans for both Start-Ups and Business Growth.
Contact a Sirius Business Advisor who can help you to find the right solution for your project.
‘Sirius is authorised & regulated by The Financial Conduct Authority’