Enterprise Minister Mark Prisk explains why the Queen’s Awards are good for business.
My final work-experience day was spent at Hampshire-based Michelmersh Brick and Tile Company, which employs around 80 people. Here’s what I learned.
Following his second day of “work experience” at West Midlands-based furniture-maker Ashley Anderson, business minister Mark Prisk tells Real Business why the government needs to encourage UK manufacturing and renew efforts to tackle excessive red tape.
As Global Entrepreneurship Week kicks off, shadow minister for business Mark Prisk sets out the Conservatives’ policies for small firms.
Earlier this week, the Shadow minister for Business and Enterprise Mark Prisk flew out to Silicon Valley with a bunch of UK tech entrepreneurs as part of a "web mission". In his final blog from the US of A, Prisk asks, "couldn’t we have done it electronically?"
In a Dragons’ Den-style series of pitches, 20 UK businesses flew out to Silicon Valey to confront an audience of VCs and local tech leaders. Were they up to Stateside standards? Mark Prisk, Shadow Minister for Business and Enterprise, gives us the lowdown in his third blog from the US.