Entrepreneurs and business directors from all over Wales and the West gathered at the Mercure Holland House last night (November 1st) to celebrate the winners of the NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards final for Wales and the South West.
It was not only a night to celebrate the very best of Great Britain’s entrepreneurs, it was a time to sing about it too, as the winners of the NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards for Wales and the South West took place in Cardiff last night.
Home businesses looking to scale could generate an additional £3.3 billion in profits for the UK economy if they grow beyond the home, according to a new study from Vonage, in partnership with the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) and YouGov.
“When you are an entrepreneur you have bad days,” warned Simon Crowther, founder and CEO of Flood Protection Solutions, but he has an idea for how some entrepreneurs can rise above such times.
It’s odd, when you hear politicians talk about the UK economy they invariably forget to mention the most serious problem of the lot. Data out a few days ago highlights how serious the problem is, and how urgently we need to grapple with it.
Posted on 9th October 2017 in Great British Entrepreneurs.
It was the occasion of the NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards evening in Cardiff. The great and the good from across Wales and into England as far east as Bristol descended on Entrepreneurial Sparks, Cardiff. And Stephen Fear, entrepreneur extraordinaire told a story that left the audience in rapt attention.
The Great British Entrepreneur Scale-Up Conference is a one-day event designed to help entrepreneurs, founders and business owners take the next step in their journey; scaling their business.
“Our philosophy is that the future of work is about thinking like an entrepreneur, says Lucy-Rose Walker, Chief Entrepreneuring Officer at Entrepreneurial Spark, and a judge at this year’s NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards. It seems that in a world that is constantly being disrupted by the next wave of technology, people will need a […]
“The world we live in is less about squirrelling away and hiding what you are doing and more about how we can we work better together,” says Lucy-Rose Walker, Chief Entrepreneuring Officer at Entrepreneurial Spark. These days, being entrepreneurially minded is not just a key skill for setting up a business, you need to be […]
The NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards has today announced its 2017 shortlist.
Today see’s the London Launch of the world’s largest free business accelerator, Entrepreneurial Spark Powered by NatWest.