National Enterprise Network (NEN), representing the country’s enterprise agencies and enterprise support organisations, across the country has written to the Secretary of State for Business reminding him of the importance of providing regional advice and support for start-ups and all the small businesses that do not fall into the definition of ‘growth businesses’
Representing the country’s start-ups and small businesses, the National Enterprise Network has welcomed the Chancellor’s announcement of a further £130m for the Start Up Loan Scheme.
National Enterprise Network (NEN), representing the agencies that support many of the country’s small and start up businesses, is looking to the Chancellor to entice small business owners in his September 4 Autumn Statement, alongside the other budget relaxations he has flagged, with the prospect of a general election on the horizon.
National Enterprise Network, representing the Enterprise Agencies up and down the country and the tens of thousands of businesses they support, has voiced disappointment that the Chancellor has missed the opportunity to encourage more small business start ups in his Spring Statement.
National Enterprise Network, representing the Enterprise Agencies and other business support organisations across the country, is lobbying the Chancellor to recognise the value of small and start up businesses on Wednesday when he delivers his Spring Statement.
National Enterprise Network, representing the country’s enterprise agencies and the businesses they support, have welcomed the announcement by Small Business Minister Kelly Tolhurst that the Government is to introduce an SME Action Plan to help small businesses win Government contracts.
National Enterprise Network is calling on the Government to reinforce its commitment to the start up and early stage business sector
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National Enterprise Network, representing many of the country’s enterprise agencies, has welcomed the confirmation from the Chancellor that funding for small businesses, which has previously been available through European Funding, will continue to be made available through the British Business Bank on the exit of the UK from the EU. Furthermore, the extension of the Start Up Loan funding to 2021 will mean that loans to start up businesses will continue to be made available through some enterprise agencies.
National Enterprise Network, representing the Enterprise Agencies from around England that support early stage businesses across the country, is looking to the Chancellor to continue recognising the value of micro businesses to the economy as he compiles his Autumn Statement.