Major improvements in advice services for London's small firms

May 2003
Management Services;May2003, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p8
Academic Journal
With the launch of an integrated business advice initiative, The London Business Support Network, small companies in London, England, can look forward to receiving improved services from business advisers. This will also ensure quality standards of service for the first time and make it easier for companies to access information dovetailed for their needs. The London Business Support Network gathers over 250 providers of business advice across the capital, to boost collaboration between services and reduce duplication.


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