StartUp Britain bus tour enters final week
The StartUp Britain bus - powered by NatWest and sponsored by 123 Reg and .UK - enters its six and final week of the summer tour.
If you're thinking of starting a business, or wanting advice to help you grow an existing business, come along for free, impartial advice between 10am and 4pm!
Tour website: www.startupbritain.org/bus
Marketing action pack
- Our exit from Europe gives UK Plc a chance to act on global stage (Lloyds Dorfman, founder, Travelex and chairman, Office Group, The Prince's Trust and Doddle)
- Britain hasn't lost ARM: Its acquisition is the start of a new Great British tech story (Dan Hynes, talent partner, Atomico)
- Judge me in the job (Emma Jones, founder, Enterprise Nation and SME crown representative)
- Africa is growing thanks to capitalism (Marian L Tupy, editor, Human Progress)
- Sorry Mrs May, but employee-directors could damage our best boardrooms (Ian McVeigh, head of governance, Jupiter Asset Management)
- Brexit could help revive British manufacturing (Heidy Rehman, founder, Rose & Willard)
- Why Chinese entrepreneurs thrive in Singapore, but not in China (Panos Mourdoukoutas, professor and chair, dept of economics, LIU Post)
- Recasting Silicon Valley's role in society (Daniel Del'Re, senior director, FTI Consulting)
- Can Europe innovate a way out of its 'lost decade'? (Sean Randolph, senior director, Bay Area Council Economic Institute)