The enterprising founder making Britain the best place in the world for entrepreneurs


Britain has a few enterprising individuals who have helped the country become one of the best in the world to do business, writes Entrepreneurs Network director Philip Salter in his latest Forbes column.

“In an age of shallow celebrity, the likes of Lord Young, Sherry Coutu CBE, Lord Bilimoria, Michael Hayman MBE and Emma Jones stand out for their ethic of serving the public good. They have had – and continue to have – a tremendous impact on improving the policies, support and general climate for entrepreneurship in the UK.”

“Over the last decade, Jones has been a leading supporter of small businesses through her tireless work with Enterprise Nation. Towards the end of last year, she was made a UKTI business ambassador by the Prime Minister. I caught up with her to find out more about enterprise nation and her outlook for Britain’s entrepreneurs.”

Read Philip’s interview with Emma Jones here.