Webinar recording: The crucial role of SMEsBackResources
17th September 2020
Part of the Aspect Annual Event 2020 webinar series, this session – Could small and medium size businesses be the key to sustaining the economy and our communities?, which took place on the 16th September – explored how SMEs could be the key to sustaining the economy and our communities, discussed how we can support and sustain SMEs, and provided practical advice and insights on navigating the future.
You can find the full recording of the webinar, and other resources from the session, below.
- Professor Kiran Trehan – Professor of Entrepreneurship, University of York, and President of the Institute for Small Business and Enterprise
- Andy Lee – Enterprise Team, Commercial & Private Banking, NatWest
- Sue Jefferson – Founder & CEO, Possibilities Realised
- Jordan Butcher – Co-Founder, Sketch Creative
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