EN (Elevation Networks) start up loan recipients are planning to organise the UK’s first young entrepreneurs only exhibition. The event is scheduled to take place in November. Below is the press release from the group.

Below is their press release.

London, UK – EN Start Up Loans is proud to support Start Young Global, who received funding from the organisation to establish an online resource hub for young entrepreneurs, with their new event. The annual Young Entrepreneurs Exhibition will be the first of its kind in the UK and will give young business owners the unique opportunity to stand out, selling their products and increase their brands’ visibility by exhibiting to over 200 expected visitors.

This event is not SYG’s first, in July this year this start-up company managed to put together the highly successful ‘New Face of Business’ seminar, aimed at specifically at young start-ups. Their July event secured a high calibre of panel speakers including a Barclays Business Banking Manager, a Start Up Loans representative and a business liaison officer from Companies House.

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The idea of this exhibition was born from the knowledge that small marketing budgets often prevented young start-ups from being seen at larger trade shows and exhibitions, often being overshadowed by larger companies with much larger marketing power. EN Start Up loans will host a stand at the event to encourage young entrepreneurs to realise their dreams of business expansion.

EN Start-Up loans have given youth enterprise in London a much-needed boost this year by giving young entrepreneurs access to loan capital. The EN Start Up Loans serve as a lifeline to the young entrepreneurs who have created their businesses as an alternative to employment.

Entry tickets to The Young Entrepreneurs Exhibition are completely free and can be ordered by visiting the exhibition website at www.YEEX2013.com

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