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Entrepreneurship UK: 2009

Spent the morning with Craig Kemsley and Mark McKenna of Deloitte and Phil Davis, business writer looking at this year’s survey results. Conclusions embargoed for now of course so here’s a link to last year’s report. We are picking up some interesting issues in this year’s results to explore…. the effects of current economic conditions of course and how they drive behaviour amongst entrepreneurial businesses.

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