Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce Shortlisted for National Enterprise Award

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We’re excited to share that Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce has been shortlisted for an award in the category of Enterprise Support Organisation of the Year at the National Enterprise Network Awards.


The nomination is for the success of the Chamber programmes Boosting Women in Business, Back Her Business and Start-Up Membership. These all aim to support individuals, from any background or circumstance, to start a business through a tailored programme of workshops and one-to-one advice.


Established in 2007, the National Enterprise Network Awards recognise excellence in the delivery of enterprise support, encouraging the exchange of good practice and the development of improved services and organisations.


“We are delighted that the success of our projects has been recognised by such a prestigious institution,” said Sara Williams, CEO of Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce. “Through the delivery of these projects we have helped over 300 individuals with start-up business support over the last 12 months which has led to the creation of 141 new businesses”.


Alex Till, Chairman, National Enterprise Network said: “The organisations featured on the 2019 National Enterprise Network Awards shortlist have all clearly demonstrated excellence in the delivery of enterprise support or work taking place in educational settings which are focused on embedding entrepreneurial spirt and enterprise into this environment. We’ve always been proud of the work of our members and wider network and congratulate everyone who has been shortlisted”.

We’ll find out if we’ve won when the winners are announced at an award ceremony on Friday 22nd November at Canary Wharf, London.

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