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Regus gives £20m boost to young entrepreneurs

Enterprise is vital to our country's future and I welcome the excellent news that Regus are getting behind our young entrepreneurs and helping them get their businesses and ideas off the ground. Regus' support for Startup Loans is a fantastic example of an established and successful company reaching out to help nurture the next generation of British businesses. 
David Cameron, Prime Minister

When the StartUp Loans scheme was announced, it was immediately clear that this was an initiative that Regus should actively support. We believe businesses should be investing in the next generation of British entrepreneurs and the future of British business. Rather than moaning from the sidelines about what more the Government should do to stimulate growth, we believe it is time business offered some meaningful support – we hope others will follow suit.

That's why we're giving these 30,000 young entrepreneurs:

  • 6 months free and unlimited use of our Virtual Offices
  • A business address in a recognised business location
  • Mail handling and call answering
  • Discounts on all other Regus products and services

Are you an entrepreneur under 25? What are the biggest challenges you face? Let me know in the comments below, and maybe we can find a way to help you out.

  • Matthew Oxborrow

    Absolutely fantastic!! Trying to find the balance between creating a lean start-up but desiring a business address looks like it may just have got a lot easier. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/gareth.andrews.w Gareth Andrews

    Hey Steve!

    I’m starting a new project called “crib” and wondering if you are able to help me with some support? One of our first hurdles is to register our company and get a business address – I’m hoping Regus can help get us started. Thanks!


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