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 looks 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.
A company responsible for launching thousands of UK startups has packaged up some of the best gifts offered by its entrepreneurs to help shoppers support independent businesses this Christmas.
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.
A HUSBAND and wife duo have seen their new business bloom during the lockdown gloom, after opening a new family-run store in Sunderland city centre.
A Darlington-based IT consultancy, supported by NEN member the North East Business and Innovation Centre, has plugged in to new, larger premises, as it looks to help the region’s business community build resilience and recover from the pandemic.
Home of enterprise support, National Enterprise Network (NEN) has further bolstered its Board of Directors with the appointment of committed entrepreneurship champion, Matt Smith, Centre For Entrepreneurs’ (CFE) Directory of Policy and Research.
A global business is expanding in Sunderland after playing a crucial role in getting life-saving drugs to patients around the world as Covid-19 closed airports and grounded planes.
A mother and daughter who invested their life savings in a bid to bring a touch of glamour to the residents of a South Yorkshire village have seen bookings increase four-fold since July as residents clamored to chop their lockdown locks down to size
After 15 years of running restaurants for other people, Dadinha Carvalho is now doing it for herself after opening her own café in Newcastle.