Growth Business: Entrepreneurs request ongoing support for high-growth businesses in open letter to MPs
An open letter drafted by some of the top names in the UK’s entrepreneurship community has called on the government to keep two main pillars of support for high-growth businesses.
The letter, signed by Prelude Group founder Duncan Cheatle and AngelNews chief executive Modwenna Rees-Mogg among others, calls for the retention and improvement of the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and the Entrepreneur’s Relief provision past May’s General Election.
Recipients of the letter, which include George Osborne; Nigel Farage and Ed Balls, are asked to ensure small business owners are given as much support as necessary to encourage growth and wealth-creation.
Read the full letter here.