National Enterprise Board


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National Enterprise Board

n
(Economics) a public corporation established in 1975 to help the economy of the UK. In 1981 it merged with the National Research and Development Council to form the British Technology Group. Abbreviation: NEB
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For example, when I made the case for a National Enterprise Board and it had gone through the National Executive Committee of the Labour Party, Mike Ward of the Greater London Council approached me and said 'Stuart, can we have an Enterprise Board for London?' I said yes, and I drafted it with others, and we got Robin Murray to be the Director of Employment inside the GLC for that.
a High Court judge by pounds 2.500 to pounds 25,886, and Sir Leslie Murphy, chairman of the National Enterprise Board by pounds 3.300 to pounds 43,635.
Earlier in the year the sixth formers went to London to receive an award from the National Enterprise Board Partnership Network (NEBPN) for their talent spotting business, The Launch Company.

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