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GrowBiz

GrowBiz

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GrowBiz provide free support for anyone who is considering becoming self-employed, starting or growing an existing small business or social enterprise in rural Scotland.

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Business Mentors

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Summary

GrowBiz provides training to all mentors, who help individuals and their businesses reach their full potential. Fully accredited by Scottish Mentor Network.

Detailed description

All you need is some experience in running a business, managing a team, training or being involved in community development work. Our mentor training will show you how to hone and adapt these skills to the mentoring process. 


There are lots of reasons to volunteer to be a GrowBiz mentor: 

  • Help someone grow personally and professionally 
  • Give something back to the rural economic community 
  • Receive high value training accredited by the Scottish Mentoring Network
  • Develop communication skills that will transfer to other aspects of life 
  • Build mutually beneficial, meaningful and rewarding relationships 
  • Increase your experience and confidence for new opportunities 
  • Receive a digital badge from a recognised, award-winning programme for use on your website, LinkedIn page and/or CV 
  • You are in control — you manage the frequency and time spent with your mentee


All Mentors are given training and matched with a Mentee selected specifically for them. Mentors may meet online or in person, relationships might last weeks or months. The GrowBiz Mentoring Team is always happy to help at any point.

What we will provide to volunteers

🤝 Extra support
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About GrowBiz

GrowBiz provide free support for anyone who is considering becoming self-employed, starting or growing an existing small business or social enterprise in rural Scotland.