Unlocking £230bn Potential for Disabled Entrepreneurs in the UK

The Lilac Review has shed light on the formidable barriers hindering disabled entrepreneurs in the UK. By identifying critical challenges and proposing transformative solutions, this government-backed initiative promises to unlock an astonishing £230 billion in business turnover, paving the way for a more inclusive and prosperous entrepreneurial landscape
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Elizabeth Jenkins-Smalley

Editor In Chief at The Executive Magazine

An independent review, the Lilac Review, has unveiled substantial barriers faced by disabled entrepreneurs in the UK. It highlights key issues such as inaccessible support services, limited access to finance, and the demanding “burden of proof of disability.”

Launched in February, this government-backed review is co-chaired by Kevin Hollinrake ...

 

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