Start-Up Business Tsar
In 2015, former Prime Minister David Cameron appointed Michelle Mone as the government’s new entrepreneurship tsar for areas of high unemployment. She was tasked with undertaking a review of obstacles faced by people in disadvantaged areas when it comes to setting up their own businesses. In particular, her findings would reveal how benefit claimants, women, young people, disabled people and ex-offenders could be encouraged to become entrepreneurs.
House Of Lords
Leading entrepreneur and businesswomen, Michelle Mone OBE, has been appointed to conduct an independent review to encourage further business start-ups and entrepreneurship in disadvantaged communities, including areas of high unemployment. The UK is rated as the best place in Europe and one of the best places in the world to start a business.
Leading entrepreneur and businesswoman Baroness Mone OBE has today unveiled the findings of her independent review to help increase business start-ups in the most disadvantaged communities across Great Britain. 'Boosting enterprise in more deprived communities' is the culmination of a 6 month-journey in which Baroness Mone met business leaders, start-up owners and aspiring entrepreneurs from areas of high unemployment across the country.