A DRAGON'S Den winner will unwrap the secrets to success in St Helens next week, with local budding entrepreneurs invited to the event at St Helens Library.

Taking place at 2pm on Friday, December 3, Peter Hill will be speaking to attendees about the world of business, his personal journey and tips to succeed in the world of work.

Peter won the 2018 series of Dragon's Den after securing investment to launch his pet product inventions, which included a pet lunchbox and an ultrasonic whiste for cats.   

In addition to his designs and inventions, Peter also has years of experience in public speaking, as a stand-up comedian and an event host, as well as boasting a degree in psychology and post-graduate certificate in counselling.

Named as North Worcestershire’s Outstanding Entrepreneur for 2019, Peter will deliver a free workshop at St Helens Library at the World of Glass, covering everything you need to know about setting up your own business, looking at your customer base and all the basic do’s and don’ts around going it alone.

Full of hot tips and golden nuggets, the workshop is designed to give aspiring entrepenurs all you the mojo and information you need to get going quickly and head towards a successful career.

There will also be other business owners at the event to offer personal advice and guidance to attendees.

St Helens Star: The event will take place at St Helens Library at the World of Glass on Friday, December 3The event will take place at St Helens Library at the World of Glass on Friday, December 3

Encouraging aspiring business owners to attend, Councillor Anthony Burns, Cabinet Member for Wellbeing, Culture and Heritage, said: “Peter has been there and done it. He’s a brilliant presenter.   

“This is a great opportunity to get your business started and hit the ground running in 2022. 

“Don’t miss the chance to meet other business owners and access world-class advice free of charge in the fantastic surroundings of St Helens Library.”  

St Helens Library will host the event after becoming a Business & Intellectual Property Centre (BIPC) earlier this year, and places are limited so residents are advised to book in advance by calling 01744 676954 or emailing sthelenslibrary@sthelens.gov.uk