Startup Britain Bus Comes To Canterbury
The StartUp Tour is back! StartUp Britain and Natwest are touring an iconic 1966 Routemaster bus around 30 towns and cities this summer. The exciting thing is that on Monday 4th July from 10am to 4pm the Startup Britain Bus comes to Canterbury. The whole tour will provide free mentoring and advice to thousands of aspiring and early-stage entrepreneurs. This years’ national partners include the National Enterprise Network, British Library, Intellectual Property Office, British Library Business & IP Centre Network and the Great British Entrepreneur Awards. Plus, we are excited to play our part as a local supporter on this leg of the tour supporting business startups in Canterbury.
About StartUp Britain
StartUp Britain is a national campaign by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, harnessing the expertise
and passion of Britain’s leading business people to unleash entrepreneurship across the UK. The
campaign is run by the Centre for Entrepreneurs think tank and supported by Natwest and 123 Reg.
Founded by eight entrepreneurs and launched in March 2011 by the Prime Minister, StartUp Britain is
completely private sector funded, and was launched in response to the government’s call for an
‘enterprise led’ recovery.