STEP 2 : develop your project
Your idea is starting to take shape? The structures below can help you with the next stages of your project (market study, financial planning, defining the necessary resources and your marketing strategy etc.) and help you make the right choices.
ALICE - Agence de liaison pour l'insertion, la création et l'échange
Public: Entrepreneurs who receive the RSA in the Val d'Oise and those living in Cergy-Pontoise
The ALICE association offers personalised support to entrepreneurs and those acquiring an existing business, whether that be with the development of the project (turning an idea into a project), market studies or signposting to the appropriate financing sources.
Chambre de commerce et d'industrie (CCI) du Val d'Oise (Chamber of Commerce)
Public: Entrepreneurs from industry, commerce or the service industry
The advisors at the Chamber of Commerce can help you with the development of your business plan, the choice of company structure, the sources of finance the best adapted to your project, the administrative steps you need to take and the analysis of the financial implications of your market study.
www.cci95-idf.fr - 0 820 012 112
Chambre de métiers et de l'artisanat (CMA) du Val d'Oise
Public: Craft entrepreneurs
The CMA offers training courses for those starting or acquiring a business, as well as personalised advice (project study, finance, market analysis, competitor analysis, development projection and management and business and sales advice). It also offers and maintains a database of all craft companies for acquisition: www.bnoa.net
Public : entrepreneurs wishing to take over a business
The CRA, the national association for the transfer of companies, will accompany you in your business takeover project. This is reflected in:
- A selection of project promoters in the context of an individual interview
- The making available to the buyers of the files of presentation of the companies to be transferred respecting the confidentiality required
- Follow-up by a CRA delegate
- Trainings and group meetings of buyers to help them in their project
Union régionale des Scop (URSCOP)
Public: Entrepreneurs with projects for the social solidarity economy and who wish to create a cooperative (SCOP or SCIC)
The Union régionale des Scop helps you every stage of starting and running a business. If you are in the process of defining your business the URSCOP offers:
Meetings explaining the SCOP and SCIC company structures
One-to-one meetings with a consultant to discuss aspects such as validating your market study and project, the financial and economic feasibility of your project, support in writing the statutes for your new structure and advice for building a financial plan
CCI Paris Ile-de-France Ecole des managers
Degree program that delivers a Title Level II (master 1)
Public : young business leaders, internal or external buyers before or after the transmission project in retraining executives with a proposed takeover or entrepreneurial, business executive in external growth phase. Registration only required maintenance without pre-qualification.
Degree program to strengthen its managerial posture and develop its business (suitable for SOHO / SME and traders).
This program delivers a Title Level II (master 1) includes 55 days of training over 14 months alternately, respecting the rhythm of the business.
Powered by consultants from the business world, this program takes place in small dynamic groups in three stages: business management fundamentals, the diagnosis of the situation of the company and the development plan. It includes scenarios and business visits. Participants work on their own business data and not on teaching cases.
Conservatoire national des arts et métiers (CNAM)
Level professional title 3 (bac + 2)
Public : project leaders, students and everyone within continuing education (employee, job-seeker)
Level professional title 3 (bac + 2) "Small Business Entrepreneur". Training to optimize the realization of a project and follow a course that targets the development and recognition of skills by alternating training time and time of application in real situations. The CNAM also provides ongoing training modules in the evening or remotely allowing project managers to develop their skills for the success of their project: accounting, management, law.
Public: Entrepreneurs, students or anyone eligible for further training (employees, registered unemployed) with a minimum of a graduate degree (also the possibility to validate experience in the absence of a degree)
Masters degree in business creation: conceived and ran by a network of professionals, this year-long training programme brings together a generic presentation of the skills needed by entrepreneurs and a personalised and adapted support for every individual project. The aim is to integrate the student into a system that allows him or her every chance of succeeding through an accompaniment every step of the way.