FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
National Enterprise Network (NEN) today announces it has joined the Trade Association.
Since its formation in 1997, the Trade Association Forum has encouraged the development
and sharing of best practice among UK trade associations and it promotes the role of
effective trade associations to government, industry and the wider public. Its diverse
membership includes well-known names such as ABTA The Travel Association, the Road
Haulage Association and the National Farmers’ Union (NFU).
As the membership body for enterprise support organisations, National Enterprise Network
represents a variety of enterprise support organisations; including enterprise agencies,
Chambers of Commerce, local authorities and other specialist providers. NEN supports the
work of its members through practical benefits and new business opportunities; promoting
the results they achieve to influencers and policy makers and connecting them with people
and projects that can deliver even greater success.
Whilst the business sectors represented by the Trade Association Forum may be unique,
they can often face many of the same organisational issues – a key reason behind NEN’s
decision to join.
Dawn Whiteley, Chief Executive of National Enterprise Network said “We are delighted to
have joined the Trade Association Forum. Networking and sharing of best practice are key
parts of the role we offer to our own members and we look forward to benefitting from those
very tools ourselves as part of this unique network for trade bodies.”
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National Enterprise Network is the only membership body in England representing those working in the enterprise support sector. We believe our members are crucial to Britain’s economic success. Our role is to support their work, promote the results they achieve, and connect them with opportunities for even greater success. NEN membership is traditionally, but not exclusively, made up of not-for-profit enterprise support organisations providing independent and impartial advice, training and mentoring to new and emerging businesses. The organisation represents a variety of enterprise support organisations; including enterprise agencies, Chambers of Commerce, local authorities and other specialist providers.
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