At NatWest, we’re encouraging a more entrepreneurial culture. We know that starting and running a business can be both exciting and challenging, and that’s why people need the right combination of support, guidance and funding to succeed. Our locally based relationship managers work closely with businesses of all shapes and sizes in every sector of the economy.
We also know that people need help to explore the idea of enterprise, unlock their potential, and gain the right skills, knowledge and networks before they can achieve their ambitions. This is why we have 73 new Business Growth Enablers offering local support beyond banking, and partnerships with Entrepreneurial Spark, Everywoman, and Prince’s Trust.
We believe in enterprise, and will do everything we can to support it.
If you manage a fleet of fewer than 50 company cars, the award-winning MINI Business Partnership Programme has been designed specifically for you.
Our compelling contract hire rates offer a wide range of annual mileage terms, while fully maintained contracts allow us to take care of your MINI so you have more time to take care of your business. A small additional monthly cost includes servicing and repairs, tyre and brake replacement, enhanced breakdown cover and more.
With the full range of stylish yet efficient MINI models at your disposal, a dedicated
Local Business Development Manager comes as part of the package to help guide you through the model range and how best to approach your fleet management with MINI.
Founded in 2011, E2E is a dynamic community of over 12,000 entrepreneurs, investors, non-execs and partners.
The Centre for Entrepreneurs
The Centre for Entrepreneurs promotes the role of entrepreneurs in creating economic growth and social well-being. It is home to national enterprise campaign, StartUp Britain.
The Centre is an independent non-profit think tank founded and chaired by Sunday Times columnist and serial entrepreneur Luke Johnson and housed within the Legatum Institute – a non-partisan think tank best known for its annual Prosperity Index.
The Centre researches and communicates the positive impact of entrepreneurs on the economy and society; defends entrepreneurs from over-regulation, unhelpful legislation, over-taxation and monopolistic large firms; and encourages entrepreneurship as a career choice.
StartUp Britain is a national campaign by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, harnessing the expertise and passion of Britain’s leading businesspeople to unleash entrepreneurship across the UK. The campaign is run by the Centre for Entrepreneurs think tank and supported by Natwest, 123 Reg and .uk.
Founded by eight entrepreneurs and launched in March 2011 by the Prime Minister, StartUp Britain is completely private sector funded, and was launched in response to the government’s call for an ‘enterprise led’ recovery.