Our report From ebb to flow: how entrepreneurs can turn the tide for seaside towns is covered in a new article for The Telegraph.
In a report last year, the Centre For Entrepreneurs noted that small firms would be the driving force behind the renaissance of seaside towns.
Serial entrepreneur Luke Johnson, the organisation’s chairman and Risk Capital Partners founder, says: “A pioneering generation of entrepreneurs, investors, cultural institutions and local politicians are finding fresh relevance for these towns, harnessing their natural and architectural beauty in novel and imaginative ways. Just as entrepreneurs built seaside towns, we believe it is the invention and drive of entrepreneurs that can revive them.”
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