Prime minister appoints Enterprise Nation founder as business ambassador

By Anita Jaynes on 27 November, 2015

Enterprise Nation founder Emma Jones MBE has been appointed by prime minister David Cameron as a business ambassador with a focus on helping more small businesses export their products and services.

News of Emma Jones’ appointment follows Enterprise Nation’s recent Go Global Mission to Shanghai when 40 small businesses, including Chippenham MD, Alison Edgar from Sales Coaching Solutions, who travelled to China to explore export opportunities.

Enterprise Nation has successfully launched in the South West with their Bristol Event selling out within a week of tickets being released. Alison Edgar, aims to host an event a month; one in Wiltshire, the other in Bristol and will cover subjects, including export which are targeted towards the growth of Small Business.

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Alison said:”I could not be more proud of Emma and her new position, she is an incredibly knowledgeable business woman that I have had the pleasure of working so closely with in the past year.”

Emma Jones is one of six leading entrepreneurs and executives selected to promote the UK in overseas markets, and assist British businesses to take advantage of opportunities both in the UK and abroad.

The other new ambassadors are:

  • Karen Blackett, MediaCom
  • Liv Garfield, Severn Trent
  • Paul Kahn, Airbus Group UK
  • Stephen Kelly, Sage
  • Holly Tucker,

“It is excellent news that some of Britain’s best and brightest business minds will be working with us,” Cameron said.

“Our new business ambassadors will bring a wealth of experience and expertise, helping us to unlock markets, grow our international trade and boost inward investment.

For further information and to secure your tickets for the December Event ‘How to sell yourself and promote your business’ book early here to avoid disappointment: