Ronchamp. She seeks advice before setting up a traveling grooming salon

On the church square, you can’t miss the bright colors of the BGE bus which crisscrosses the territory to meet business creators. Béatrice Bourdenet, 50, comes as a neighbor. She lives in Ronchamp. Employed as a night nurse at the Trévenans hospital center, she now wishes to write a new page in her professional life.

Create a micro-enterprise

Affected by the Covid, it was stopped for two and a half years. A pause that opened his eyes. “It was a blessing in disguise. I decided to prioritize my well-being, to be freer,” she says. His life project is to create a micro-enterprise for animal welfare by offering itinerant grooming, setting up his truck at strategic locations. “I will arrive at a place and distribute flyers to make myself known. »

Money, the sinews of war

The candidate for business creation began to train remotely to obtain four professional certificates as a groomer, veterinary nurse’s aide, sale in pet stores and in education and training. It remains to find the money, the sinews of war. And that’s the rub. Béatrice Bourdenet seeks valuable advice from BGE. She would like help to buy a truck that she intends to equip and to finance her training. The path to creation is winding. She is aware of it. “You have to know how to get out of your comfort zone,” she says.

Take it in his consideration

Like Béatrice Bourdenet, many of them want to change their professional activity. The health crisis is over there. “By staying at home, people wanted to exercise an activity in line with who they are. Many wanted to set up on their own,” confirms Lydie Tisserand, head of the BGE branch in Haute-Saône. The post-Covid period has led to resignations for business creation. In the event of creation, one must not remain alone. It is better to be accompanied, especially if you do not know what a market study is, an analysis of the competition. In this creative momentum, there were more women than men, adds Lydie Tisserand. Their wishes? Become a craftsman.

Next meetings in the sector: Monday May 22, Luxeuil from 9 a.m. to noon in the Auchan and Faverney car park 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the cinema car park; Tuesday May 23, Saint-Loup-sur-Semouse 9 a.m. to noon, Léon Jacquey car park and Port-sur-Saône from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., carpool car park exit RN19; Wednesday, May 24, Scey-sur-Saône from 9 a.m. to noon, place de la mairie and Vesoul from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., place Jacques-Brel.

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