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Start Up Enterprise Partnership

DescriptionStart Up Enterprise Partnership is an economic regeneration company based in Telford and working across Shropshire.

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North Shropshire Tourism Limited

DescriptionNorth Shropshire Tourism Limited is responsible for developing, supporting and promoting tourism in North Shropshire.

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Shropshire Tourism (UK) Limited

DescriptionTourism information for accommodation, attractions, events and activities in Shropshire.

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Invest in Shropshire

DescriptionInvest in Shropshire aims to help businesses at all stages of development.

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CEDAR - Community Education in Death Awareness and Resources

DescriptionCommunity Education in Death Awareness and Resources (CEDAR) is an educational organisation dedicated to discussions about death, dying, and funerary and bereavement practices.

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Federation of Small Businesses (FSB)

DescriptionFSB promotes and protects the interests of the self-employed and owners of small firms.

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Connecting Shropshire - Faster Broadband

DescriptionBringing superfast broadband to the Shropshire Council area.

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Business Enterprise Support (BES)

DescriptionBES provides advice, training and support for anyone who is interested in becoming self-employed, working for themselves or starting a business.

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Midlands Country Land and Business Association (CLA)

DescriptionThe Midlands Country Land and Business Association (CLA) is the membership organisation for owners of land, property and businesses in rural England and Wales.

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