To celebrate global entrepreneurship Enterprise4all co-hosted one of the official fringe events taking place in a whole week’s celebration of the Global Entrepreneurship Week 2012.
More than 200 business people from around the North West including Merseyside attended Enterprise4all’s GEC Gala Dinner at the EastzEast restaurant in Liverpool on Wednesday evening 14th March.
Nainesh Patel, CEO, Farsan Ltd kindly shared his insight into taking 'brand UK' global with his wealth of experience from his international food manufacturing business which has operations here in the UK and India, along with Natalie Haywood who shared her exceptional story of how she became one of the UK’s leading young female entrepreneurs with her Leaf Tea Shop business.
The evening was truly inspirational with further great speeches from both guest speakers and local dignitaries endorsing the value of local entrepreneurship and recognising the immensely important contributions of business support agencies with a special mention of Enterprise4all and MEDS and its services to businesses across the Lancashire and Merseyside regions.
Farsan Ltd, chief executive Nainesh said; “a fantastic night, again showcasing the prominence of small and medium sized businesses and its value to the UK economy, I would urge anybody with the desire to start their own business to step forward and take the initiative now”.
Overall the evening was a great success with a wide range of food and drink businesses form the Lancashire and Merseyside regions, itself presenting a great opportunity for nationwide networking amongst businesses within similar industries.
Enterprise4all would like to thank all its guests and attendees on the night, with a special vote of thanks to some of the sponsors on the night: A-Pixel Design and Photography, Tempting Delights, Liverpool Vision and Liverpool City Council.