An Entrepreneurs' Manifesto is a selection of 17 papers proposing ways we can support and promote high-growth businesses in Britain

Who We Are

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The Entrepreneurs Network is a think tank designed to bring entrepreneurs to the forefront of political discourse and help make Britain the best place in the world to start and grow a business. We are independent, non-profit and non-partisan, sitting within the highly respected Adam Smith Institute, one of the world’s leading think tanks.

We support entrepreneurs by:

  • Producing cutting-edge research outlining the benefits of easing unnecessary burdens upon enterprise;
  • Hosting regular events to bridge the gap between the aspirations of the entrepreneurial community and policy makers;
  • Building a network of entrepreneurs who are keen to improve the public policy debate;
  • Championing entrepreneurship and making the case for a more entrepreneurial society.

Philip Salter – Director

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Philip started his career as Programmes Director at the Adam Smith Institute, running the Institute’s events, student activities and researching and representing the Institute on education policy in the media. After three years with the Adam Smith Institute he moved into journalism, becoming Business Features Editor of City A.M., after which he was Editor across EMEA for one of world’s largest insurance brokers.

While at City A.M. Philip wrote a weekly column on entrepreneurship and interviewed some of Britain’s leading entrepreneurs. He continues to write a weekly cocktail column for the paper.

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The Network

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Sign up to our weekly Entrepreneurs Bulletin for:

  • A digest of the latest government proposals and how they could impact your business;
  • An update of what is going on in entrepreneurial communities across the country;
  • The chance to share your views on entrepreneurship;
  • Invitations to Network events;
  • Opportunities to represent your business and the Network in the media.