About Tomorrow's Store Tomorrow’s Store gives talented and inspiring young people, who we've supported through our Enterprise programme, a wide-reaching platform to engage with new customers and bring their innovative products to life. Take a look at some of our frequently asked questions about Tomorrow’s Store below. What is the Enterprise programme? How does the Enterprise programme support young people? What happens to the profits from Tomorrow’s Store? Who do I contact if I want to find out more about the Enterprise programme? Do you have an actual store I can visit? What is the Enterprise programme? We work with unemployed 18 to 30-year-olds to turn big ideas into a business reality through our Enterprise programme. From training and mentoring support to funding and resources, we equip them with the tools and confidence they need to be their own boss – even providing an experienced mentor who is on hand every step of the way for up to two years after launching their business. Since establishing the Enterprise programme in 1983 we’ve helped over 80,000 young people to start their own business. How does the Enterprise programme support young people? Kicking off with a free information session in the young person’s local area, we outline the support we can offer before inviting them onto our four-day interactive Explore Enterprise course. There they’ll get to meet other like-minded people and have the chance to tap into a business expert, covering everything from planning and marketing to sales, budgeting and tax. Once the basics have been covered, we work with them to plan and test their business ideas, as well as giving them the opportunity to apply for funding. Alongside our programme we also have a range of free tool sand resources – including business plan templates, budget trackers and marketing materials – to help make their business a success. From beauticians and barbers to digital agencies and dog groomers, we think we've seen it all. Or have we? What happens to the profits from Tomorrow’s Store? Tomorrow's Store online is entirely stocked by young entrepreneurs who have set up in business with our support. All profits are reinvested in The Trust to fund more programmes, like Enterprise, so we can help even more young people. Who do I contact if I want to find out more about the Enterprise programme? If you’re 18 to 30, living in the UK and unemployed, or working fewer than 16 hours a week, and have a business idea or some ideas to explore, our Enterprise programme could be for you. Visit our website for more details. If you’re an entrepreneur who wants to help support and inspire the next generation of leaders, discover our Enterprise Fellowship initiative. If you’re interested in volunteering for The Trust to support young people, take a look at the current opportunities in your region. Do you have an actual store I can visit? Featuring a diverse range of merchandise, from jewellery and clothing, to homewares and stationery, Tomorrow's Store – located between Liverpool Street and Moorgate stations – provides the perfect pit-stop for design-led gifts in the heart of the City of London. We are open Monday to Friday from 8.30am-7pm and you can find us on 9 Eldon Street, London, EC2M 7LS. You can contact Tomorrow’s Store on 020 7543 7497 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.