Videos to support the New Enterprise Allowance encouraging more people to consider becoming self-employed or become a business mentor.
These videos are part of a wider collection of New Enterprise Allowance campaign materials. The campaign has 2 main aims:
- encourage more people to consider becoming self-employed as a way to get back into work
- encourage entrepreneurs, employers and retired professionals to consider volunteering as a business mentor
Visit the NEA playlist on YouTube for a full list of our videos
Want to start your own business?
Setting up your own business: Claudia talks about her experience
Claudia, from Crumbs Biscuits and Cakes, is one of the small businesses started up with support from the New Enterprise Allowance.
Amanda turned her life around
Amanda tells us how she changed her life and with the help of NEA she was able to become a self-employed Zumba instructor.
Getting help to start your own business
Esther McVey, Minister of State for Employment, meets Spyros, who explains how NEA helped him to start his own business.
Tracie changed career and started a business
Tracie, from Peisley Originals, is one of the small businesses started up with support from New Enterprise Allowance.
Maria talks about starting her own business
Maria, from Chica Press, is one of the small businesses started up with support from the New Enterprise Allowance.
Levi Roots NEA video – you’re not alone
Levi Roots talks about the help and advice available for unemployed people through the DWP New Enterprise Allowance. Access to expert mentors means that you’re not alone when you start your own business.
NEA video for claimants
Levi Roots and Dean talk about the help and support available through New Enterprise Allowance.
Be a mentor
NEA video for mentors – volunteering to be a business mentor reaps rewards
In this video Levi Roots teams up with DWP to talk about the exciting opportunity of becoming a New Enterprise Allowance business mentor.
NEA at Borough market
NEA entrepreneurs at Borough market
Esther McVey, Minister for Employment, visits Borough market to celebrate the success of stall holders that have set up their businesses with help from the New Enterprise Allowance.
New year, new business
New year, new business?
Esther McVey, Minister of State for Employment, encourages anyone to make a new year’s resolution to consider becoming their own boss and find out how they could start a business with support from the New Enterprise Allowance.
New year, new opportunities
Priti Patel, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, talks about the support available for people through the New Enterprise Allowance to help them start up their own business and become their own boss.