There are many opportunities to get involved in the APPG for Inclusive Entrepreneurship and its Programme of Works.
You can join as a member, participate in research and enquiries or help us to deliver our programme as a partner or sponsor.
By filling in the required detail in our form, you give us permission to add you to our mailing list.
You can access the form by clicking on the REGISTER TO BECOME A MEMBER button below.
We aim to make our APPG as inclusive as possible. If you have any questions about accessibility or the APPG, please email APPGIE@universalinclusion.co.uk or visit https://www.universalinclusion.co.uk/appgie.
DIVERSITY MONITORING FORM
A showreel highlighting Inclusive Entrepreneurs, members of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Inclusive Entrepreneurship
NOTICE OF MEETINGS
If you wish to attend any meeting, we ask you to first please email The Secretariat at APPGIE@UNIVERSALINCLUSION.CO.UK. You will then be asked to register for the meeting, where you will be provided with the agenda and the meeting detail including any online links for participation. Details of our meetings can be found here.
2 Year Programme Of Works
Please download the All Party Parliamentary Group for Inclusive Enterpreneurship Programm of Works which details the current activities and outputs: APPG for Inclusive Entrepreneurship Programme of Works 2020
Statement of Purpose
Please download the All Party Parliamentary Group for Inclusive Entrepreneurship Statement of Purpose which provides the Aims, Background, Rationale and Objectives: APPG for Inclusive Entrepreneurship Statement of Purpose
Getting Involved as a Partner, Sponsor, Supporter or Investor
There are many opportunities to get involved in the APPG and its programme of work.We are particularly interested in speaking to potential partners, sponsors, supporters or investors willing to support entrepreneurs to participate in the All Party Parliamentary Group for Inclusive Entrepreneurship and other initiatives as inclusive entrepreneurs. Please click here for further details.
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