The APPG for Entrepreneurship was set up to encourage, support and promote entrepreneurship. It also ensures that Parliament is kept up-to-date on what is needed to create and sustain the most favourable conditions for entrepreneurship.
What reforms can we make to the current tax system to further encourage British entrepreneurs?
Women in Leadership
From start-up founder to FTSE 100 CEO, how can we ensure women reach their full leadership potential?
How should our universities equip students with the skills necessary to start businesses?
Seema Malhotra MP
Colin Clark MP
Rachel Maclean MP
Gillian Keegan MP
Dr Lisa Cameron MP
Darren Jones MP
Rt Hon Liam Byrne MP
Wayne David MP
Octopus is a group of companies investing in the people, ideas and industries that will make the world a better to place to live.
The group has nearly 300,000 customers across six businesses, and their investments have put more than £7.8 billion into the UK economy. Octopus was founded in 2000 by Simon Rogerson and Chris Hulatt, who have taken the spirit of entrepreneurship and applied it to sectors like financial services and energy, where innovation and optimism can help create something better
Santander, through its universities division, tops the list of fortune 500 companies for investment in education*. The bank has established partnerships with over 1,200 universities in 20 countries, of which 81 are in the uk.
Through these agreements Santander promotes access to education, entrepreneurship, employability and internationalisation.
*(source: Varkey report/Unesco).
The Entrepreneurs Network is the Secretariat of the APPG for Entrepreneurship. It is a think tank for the ambitious owners of Britain’s fastest growing businesses and aspirational entrepreneurs. Through research, events and the media, it bridges the gap between entrepreneurs and policymakers to help make Britain the best place in the world to start and grow a business.