The Unsung Heroes of British Business

22 November 2012

By Ruby Parmar


Those who know me know that I'm passionate about entrepreneurs. Why? Because I find it exciting to work with people who are driven to succeed. It's this success that I believe has significantly contributed to the recovery (albeit a slow recovery!) of the UK economy. Being involved with the new report by Prelude, called The Unsung Heroes of British Business, really highlighted to me how important our entrepreneurs are to us as a nation.

It's great that the Government recognises that entrepreneurs are key to our economic recovery but here’s some hard evidence – this report quantifies the significant contribution made to the public finances in the UK by the case study companies in the report through the taxes they pay and collect.

But it’s not just the contribution they make via taxes, it’s also the contribution they make to wider society.  Generating jobs and wealth for individuals are opportunities that we need to see more of and I don’t doubt that entrepreneurs will continue to do their part for us.

Ruby Parmar


You can contact Ruby Parmar on 020 7804 7152 or by email.
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