Nat West support plan for SME's

Posted on 20 Mar 2015
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NatWest plans £6bn investment in SMEs A new NatWest report, A Springboard to Recovery, has found that the UK’s 1.4m SMEs have the potential to boost the economy by as much as £140bn by 2030 while creating 3.2m jobs – but that more work is needed to improve productivity and to encourage small firms to take part in support programmes. The bank looked at five key areas that represent the greatest opportunities for growth: SME productivity; scaleup density; Black, Asian and minority ethnic representation; female entrepreneurship; and sustainability. NatWest has announced plans to invest £6bn in SME growth across diverse communities, and to set up new partnerships with Business in the Community, Hatch, and Digital Boost

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