Guerilla Becomes Entrepreneurs’ Forum Corporate Partner

We are delighted to announce that Guerilla has become a corporate Partner of The Entrepreneurs’ Forum as both organisations celebrate twenty years in business. Guerilla, Northumbria University and Business Durham all join as partner organisations of the Forum.

Elaine Stroud, Chief Executive of the Entrepreneurs’ Forum, said: “This year marks 20 years of the Entrepreneurs’ Forum which is an incredible achievement and cause for celebration.”

“During that time, we’ve seen over 1,000 North East entrepreneurs join our network and grow their businesses. We exist to support them in realising their ambitions, but we can’t do it alone.”

“By working with our partners, the likes of Guerilla, Northumbria University and Business Durham, we’re able to build a strong network of support for our members, ensuring they have everything they need to achieve their goals.”

“We’re looking forward to working more closely with our new partners in the long-term and are excited to see the impact of our new partnerships.”

Guerilla join as corporate partners of the Entrepreneurs’ Forum, joining existing corporate partners Agilico, Brewin Dolphin, Hilton, LUMO, Qrious and Ward Hadaway.

Corporate partners are strongly aligned with the Forum, building long-term relationships with its members, and offering support and services to them as they grow their businesses.

Speaking on the new partnership, James Allen, our Managing Director, commented, “Both the Entrepreneurs’ Forum and Guerilla have been operating successfully now for twenty years, and culturally we are a really good fit. In an ever rapidly changing world, both organisations are pushing ahead with new and exciting plans. I felt the time was right to commit to a greater involvement in the Forum and use our own experience and skills to help member businesses grow and prosper.

From left to right, James Allen, Gary Pickering, Elaine Stroud.

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