Thursday 02nd April 2015

Surge in deal numbers amongst region’s entrepreneurs

The number of significant deals creating wealth of at least £200,00 rose by 13 per cent in the East of England last year, the third biggest increase of any region in the UK after London and Wales, according to the latest issue of Barclays and BGF Entrepreneurs Index report

The report also shows that there was a 4.1 per cent rise in the number of enterprises in the East of England in 2014, making it home to 227,000 enterprises – the fourth highest in the UK.

Simon Smith, regional director, Barclays Wealth and Investment Management, Eastern region said:  “Since we started our Entrepreneu...

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