Maserati and the Centre for Entrepreneurs announce The Maserati 100 list
Luxury Italian car manufacturer, Maserati, and the Centre for Entrepreneurs (CFE) have announced the second ‘Maserati 100’ index; a definitive list of Britain’s most successful philanthropists, investors, mentors and advisors, and ascending entrepreneurs, who are today supporting the next generation…
2015 a record year for startup formation
The latest Companies House data, as analysed by the Centre for Entrepreneurs (CFE), reveals that 2015 had the highest number of new incorporations on record – with a total of 608,110 new businesses started.
Entrepreneurs the key to unlocking prosperity in seaside towns
If they are to attract entrepreneurs and revive their fortunes, seaside towns need to develop a unique identity that, literally, puts them on the map. This is a key finding from a new report by the Centre for Entrepreneurs think tank.
StartUp Tour extends to 28 locations
The StartUp Britain bus, touring the nation to inspire enterprise, has reached its halfway stage. Over the past fortnight, we have engaged aspiring and early-stage entrepreneurs in Birmingham, Newcastle, Middlesbrough, Leeds, Manchester, Nottingham and many other cities. Our iconic 1966…
StartUp Britain bus tour to boost start-up rate to 600,000 in 2015
National enterprise campaign, StartUp Britain will hit the road this summer to help boost the number of businesses started in 2015 to a record 600,000. For the fourth year, the campaign is set to tour Britain with a bus full…
Women entrepreneurs show appetite for growth
Women entrepreneurs are equally or more ambitious than men when it comes to starting and scaling-up businesses, despite encountering more barriers. These are some of the findings from a report published by the Centre for Entrepreneurs in partnership with Barclays.
Fortuna 50: The UK’s fastest growing women-led small businesses
A list released today to coincide with International Women’s Day and supported by the Centre for Entrepreneurs, DueDil and the Start Up Loans Company, shows that Britain is without doubt one of the best countries for women in business.
Chairman Luke Johnson calls on MPs to support high-growth businesses
The Centre’s chairman has signed a letter to frontbench MPs seeking a pledge from the main political parties that they will specifically retain and improve two very important incentives: EIS and Entrepreneurs’ Relief.
Britain is becoming a nation of (younger and female) angels
Angel investors are making more investments than ever before and their numbers are swelling, with more women and younger individuals choosing to invest in Britain’s engines of growth: entrepreneurs.
New figures reveal record breaking year for start-ups
UK entrepreneurs created a record number of new businesses in 2014, according to new figures from StartUp Britain announced today.