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The overrepresentation of SMEs in London - what can be done to encourage more SMEs in other regions?
Over the last few years we have seen a huge increase in the number of new small to medium enterprises opening, with a huge majority of those coming from London and the East of England.

Why is this? Does London have more access to resources than other regions? And what can be done to ensure that SMEs are pushed in other regions? 

In this session, the Disruptive Minds taskforce by Vodafone and GBEA will investigate how SMEs in other regions can grow and which resources they need to do so.

Jul 7, 2022 11:00 AM in London

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Sophie Milliken
Founder @Moja Group
Sophie Milliken is the founder and CEO at Moja Group, Moja work with entrepreneurs and senior executives to amplify their personal profiles. Sophie has been a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development since 2013 and has published multiple books including the bestseller: From Learner to Earner.
Alison Edgar MBE
Founder @The Entrepreneur’s Godmother
Alison Edgar is the managing director of Sales Coaching Solutions and The Entrepreneur’s Godmother. Voted as the UK’s number one sales and marketing adviser, Alison is also regularly featured on BBC 1 Breakfast, The Telegraph, The Guardian and BBC and LBC radio.
Lucy Cohen
Founder @Mazuma
Lucy Cohen is the co-founder of Mazuma, the UK’s first subscription based accountancy service. Lucy drew inspiration from her childhood experiences seeing family and friends struggle with the gruelling process of filling out taxes and used the creative spark she possessed, found in each of the members of her family, to create Mazuma as a solution.
Christopher Kenna
Founder @Brand Advance
Christopher Kenna is the CEO and founder of Brand Advance, a startup 100 2020 company that connects brands with diverse audiences globally. Chris wears many hats outside of the brand advance office however, sitting as the director of diversity at OUTvertising and also sitting on the advisory board for the V&A Museums
Adeem Younis
Founder @singlemuslim.com
Adeem Younis is an inspirational entrepreneur and philanthropist that started his business career young, beginning his first business, singlemuslim.com at the age of 17. His business venture grew into the world’s largest Muslim matrimonial service and enabled him to found the charity Penny Appeal, which has raised over £100 million for good causes worldwide