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What’s the Future? Times are Changing…
The world has changed and the way in which we interact, deliver services and operate as businesses, will never be the same.
What’s The Future? is a live and interactive event designed to inspire, educate and motivate key individuals and organisations committed to providing enterprise-focused activities across the country.
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Recognizing and rewarding excellence in the delivery of enterprise services
The 2020 National Enterprise Network Awards exist to support and celebrate the achievements of its members and the wider enterprise support sector. As ever, our awards look to not only celebrate excellence in the delivery of enterprise support, but also to encourage the exchange of good practice and the development of improved services and organisations.
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We’re the home of enterprise support – join us
National Enterprise Network is a unique membership body. We believe our members are crucial to England’s economic growth. Our mission is to represent, unite and support all organisations who are passionate about inspiring and encouraging enterprise.
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National Enterprise Network is a unique membership body representing those working in the enterprise support sector across England.
We believe our members are crucial to England’s economic growth. Our role is to support their work by representing their interests, promoting the results they achieve and connecting them with opportunities for even greater success.
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A new small batch bakery that already supplies bread to some of the region’s best-loved restaurants and cafes has started selling directly to the public since opening its doors in Sunderland.
Newcastle based social enterprise PNE is launching two programmes to support the North East’s economic recovery of local communities after COVID.
AES has been a member of NEN for a number of years and we really feel like it is one big family. If we have a problem or an issue we can rely on the support of NEN to help us out. The NEN team work really hard to make sure our sector is recognised by government and other organisations that influence policy on business support.
NEN provides a great platform for networking and sharing experiences with other enterprise agencies and business support providers. It also helps in raising the business support sector’s profile and position with Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) and senior government decision makers – all of which helps us to continue to help start-ups and small businesses.
Portobello Business Centre has been a member of the NEN since the start – we’ve always found strength and support from the membership whenever we’ve asked for it.
NEN offers us opportunities that we cannot get elsewhere, and this enables us to offer enhanced support to our clients. It’s great to be part of a network that offers so much and to see how us and other enterprise agencies are making such an impact is fantastic.
Without NEN we would really feel alone. NEN makes us feel part of something much wider than just us in Scarborough. It links us with other organisations with the same ethos and goals, but ones that also face the same challenges. Together we are stronger.
The strategic added value of being a NEN member and supporter is significantly important to Menta for three reasons. Firstly, it enables us to be nationally recognised. Secondly, it gives us the BEIS accreditation and quality standard. And thirdly, it gives us the opportunity to work with like-minded CEOs from across the country to share ideas and best practice.
Being a member of NEN not only validates our work in building and fostering enterprise, but connects us with likeminded organisations where we can collaborate and influence the sector.
At first, we weren’t convinced that we would get good value for money from being NEN Associates but we have been proved wrong. We have built some great relationships with other members and last years conference, and CEO round table, were worth the membership fee alone.