City AM writes about the Centre joining forces with the New Entrepreneurs Foundation.
The newly combined organisation, which will retain the New Entrepreneurs Foundation name, will scout the UK’s most entrepreneurially minded young people and help them establish their businesses through mentorship programmes.
Almost 200 people have gone through the foundation’s programme since its launch in 2011, and have since launched 92 businesses, raised a total of £27m in funding and created more than 1,000 jobs.
The Centre for Entrepreneurs will maintain its research, the Founders Club and best practice networks including the Prison Entrepreneurship Network and the Incubator and Accelerator Network.
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