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Removing cookies from your computer
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Internet Explorer

From the menu bar, choose Tools> Internet Options
From Browsing history choose Delete
Make sure Cookiesis checked and click the Delete button

Google Chrome

From the Menu bar choose Customise and Control(spanner icon) > Settings
Select Show Advanced settings > Privacy > Clear browsing data
make sure that Delete cookies and other site and plug-in datais ticked and then click Clear browsing data


From the Menu Bar choose Tools> Options
On the Privacy tabselect remove individual cookies
Click Remove all cookies
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Finance For Enterprise provides loans and advice to new and established businesses across South Yorkshire. Established in Doncaster in 1985 Finance for Enterprise has a long and successful history or working in partnership with public and private sector support agencies to help businesses access finance.

Doncaster College is a large provider of further education in South Yorkshire. It offers numerous training routes from entry level through to master qualifications, apprenticeships undergraduate and post graduate qualifications, professional and work based vocational qualifications and bespoke training.

Doncaster Chamber of Commerce is an independent membership organisation that provides support and representation for businesses operating in and around Doncaster. The Chamber is passionate about making Doncaster a better place to do business and serves as the eyes, ears and voice of Doncaster business at a local, regional, national and international level

Jobcentre Plus forms part of the Department of Work and Pensions. As a public employment service, Jobcentre Plus provides a range of practical support to help employers find people with the right skills to apply for vacancies. This support includes advice on the jobs market, vacancy recruitment, training and help with managing redundancies.