Opportunity for local Cambridge entrepreneurs to debate what the coalition government should do to help businesses.
24th January 2011
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Cambridge Network Entrepreneurship special interest group is hoping to become a regular debating session, letting local entrepreneurs voice the problems they face.


Ernst & Young, the Cambridge based accountancy firm, is giving local entrepreneurs a stage to discuss their views on what the coalition government needs to do to support young and innovative businesses.


The debate will be held at Robinson College on the 16th February 2011. The contributors will be identifying the most important issues today's entrepreneurs face and exploring whether or not the issues can be helped by the business community itself or need further help from the government.


Cambridge MP, Julian Huppert will be relaying the views raised at the debate to government.


The main debate topics are likely to include funding, succeeding in the global market, delivering affective infrastructure and attracting and retaining suitable talented people.

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