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Website Businesszone is hosting a panel discussion at Downing Street tomorrow on disruptive business models.
The government’s Red Tape Challenge is currently focusing on the barriers entrepreneurs face in creating new business models.
As part of a drive to get views from business owners, website Businesszone is hosting a panel discussion at Downing Street tomorrow from 11:45am, featuring:
- Shirley Letts, assistant director, Red Tape Challenge
- Mark Littlewood, director general, Institute for Economic Affairs
- Giles Andrews, co-founder, Zopa
You can also send your views direct to government officials via the Red Tape Challenge website.
Launching the theme on new business models late last year, David Cameron said:
We’re expanding the Red Tape Challenge, so it doesn’t just cover the red tape that affects businesses today, but the businesses of tomorrow too. Because we’ve heard from start-ups that they’re innovating so fast, their innovations are out-stripping the regulation that currently exists.
At its simplest deregulation has got to be about making it easier to start a business and making it easier to employ people. And I’m determined to do both.
External site: Red Tape Challenge
External site: Businesszone
Published: 11 January 2012