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.
A North East company is emerging from the coronavirus crisis stronger than ever – and with plans to help businesses around the globe to revive and thrive.
A seven-figure funding package from responsible finance provider Let’s Do Business Finance in partnership with Unity Trust Bank has launched to support businesses that have been affected by COVID-19.
A new project supporting 48 BME migrant women to start-up in business is launching in Newcastle and South Tyneside. The Engage and Excel programme is being delivered in partnership by the Women Empowering Women Network (WEWN) and NEN member PNE Group, after successfully securing funding from local councils.
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’