October 13, 2010 by staff
Ashley Anderson, Business and enterprise minister Mark Prisk Company will now “work experience” to Ashley Anderson, a furniture manufacturer based in the West Midlands. This is the second day Prisk to work directly with small businesses.
The Department presented the “Business Week” for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) to acquire a thorough understanding of the needs of small businesses.
SMEs represent over 99 percent of private businesses and their performance and activity is a key factor in the British economy.
Prisk is also actively encouraging employees on company policy in BIS to participate in the initiative to help boost their understanding of the real problems faced by small businesses, SMEs and bring government closer together.
“The experience that I will benefit from this initiative is invaluable, and I have developed a better understanding of the problems facing small businesses in my first day with DIY Kyoto,” Prisk said. “Today is an excellent opportunity to gain experience of real life to another type of activity, and I am impatient to know how Ashley Anderson works on a daily basis. The manufacturing industry is essential to reviving the British economy and the government must provide conditions to ensure successful manufacturing in the context of global competition.
“Spending a day with Ashley Anderson will give me vital information on how we can overcome the obstacles that manufacturing companies face.”
Ashley Anderson is the manufacturing arm for the group Willowbrook, and the company just over 40 employees. It specializes in manufacturing furniture and mobility of all products is handmade in the United Kingdom.
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