Voice of the Nation

Representing small business views and interests to key decision makers.

Representing Your Business

Small businesses are full of big ideas. However, having a loud enough voice to get people to listen can be challenging. That's where we can help. We are a leading campaigning voice for small businesses to government and will represent your views and interests to key decision makers.

Alongside being a champion of small businesses, we will keep you up to date with the latest business news, including how governmental changes might affect small business owners.

Emma Jones

Emma Jones, MBE

After a successful career at accounting firm Arthur Andersen, Emma started her first business in 2000. Two years later, she sold it, and then went on to launch Enterprise Nation with the goal of providing experience and help to other people starting and growing a successful business.

Since then, Emma has written several bestselling start-up books, co-founded StartUp Britain in 2011, and was appointed as SME Crown Representative in 2016.

Her links to government mean that Enterprise Nation is uniquely placed to provide the most up to date advice to small businesses, as well as campaign to government and the media on members' behalf.


Latest politics and campaigning news

From the latest changes at Westminster, to new ideas on exporting, get all the political insights that could impact your small business or support your next venture.

Brexit advice service by Enterprise Nation

Brexit advice service

No word has caused more strife, confusion, and worry to small business owners over the past year than Brexit. That's why we have created the Brexit Advice Service to help you deal with the challenges and find the opportunities from the UK's exit from the European Union.


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Find out how Enterprise Nation is helping to represent and support small businesses by viewing the latest press articles.

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