Last modified:Friday 26 February 2021
This is a completely free recovery programme created by the Pulse Foundation for companies that have had to cease trading following bankruptcy, liquidation or sales at a loss within 24 months. Those who wish to bounce back are welcomed here for personalised, individual and collective support, thought out and executed by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs.
The programme can be extended over a period of 18 to 24 months depending on the needs of each situation. It includes mentoring for support relating to the new professional project and coaching for psychological support. The first part is devoted to “re-establishment” following closure, while the second part of the programme is devoted to the establishment or definition of a new professional project. Throughout their support, the entrepreneur will have access to a range of trade experts, meetings with peers, moments to discuss and share ideas, training courses and workshops, as well as moments of relaxation.
The organisation is in contact with the Commercial Court and many other organisations in order to provide the most comprehensive support possible.
The discontinuation of a business can cause financial, psychological and social trauma and entrepreneurs often find themselves alone when trying to rebuild. Reaching out for support can help them to recover personally and socially from closure, to regain confidence in their self, their talents and their expertise, and thus initiate a shift in focus with regard to entrepreneurial failure.
However, this isn’t about support aimed at avoiding closure or bankruptcy. The aim is to support an entrepreneur who has already had to cease trading and wants to reach out for support in order to bounce back.
Registration and contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.