The Prince's Trust Enterprise Network

Enterprise Network is a network of the Enterprise Programme alumni - young people originally supported by The Trust to start businesses. Enterprise Network members have all run businesses, many of whom have now expanded or diversified, or are pursuing other exciting projects in further education, training or employment.

It’s completely free to join and is available to people who have completed the Enterprise Programme and repaid their loan funding. It is continuously being developed to provide opportunities to grow and develop a business long after financial and mentoring support from the Trust has come to an end. 

Member Benefits

Membership allows members:

  • access to advice and guidance from The Prince's Trust Enterprise Fellowship
  • access to exclusive free and discounted products, services and memberships
  • access to training and workshops designed to support businesses that are ready for growth
  • to contribute to the development and policy advisory work of The Prince’s Trust 
  • to participate and speak at Prince’s Trust national fundraising events
  • to enter national awards and competitions
  • to volunteer and/or fundraise for The Prince’s Trust
  • to keep in touch by receiving our award-winning Enterprising Magazine and regular newsletters as well as the opportunity to provide feedback through online surveys

Business Finder

Enterprise Network members can sign up to use The Prince's Trust online business directory.  Sign up to create your own business profile and benefit from free advertising to The Trust's network of partners and corporate supporters keen to refer business to the charity's fledging and growing businesses. 

Members can also search for other Prince's Trust supported businesses, whether new start-ups or established businesses, and network with others who have followed a similar path to start a business.

Click here to sign up and begin using Business Finder

Who is eligible to join?

Membership is available to young people who have received financial and/or mentoring support to start a business through the Enterprise Programme (previously known as the Business Programme): 

  • If young people were given a loan to start their business, the loan must be repaid in full before membership is awarded.
  • If young people were given mentoring support only to start their business, the business must have been trading for at least 3 years before membership is awarded.

The Prince's Trust is currently growing the membership of Enterprise Network and maximising the value that it holds for its members. If you know a business, originally supported by The Prince's Trust, why not encourage them to join the network to continue benefiting from our support.   

The networking club is also available for all young people who have received funding and mentoring from PSYBT in Scotland

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"If we were merely to help those who could virtually guarantee success, there would be little point in the work. Those people could go elsewhere for their support. It is my intention that we should take a risk and help those who have the courage to take risks themselves. They are likely to be the sort of people we will hear about in the future."

HRH The Prince of Wales

The A-Z of Young Businesses

Read about young people who have set up businesses with the support of The Prince's Trust in our A-Z of Young Businesses, in partnership with RBS.

The A-Z of Young Businesses