Insight from the experts in better regulatory delivery
Better regulation, better business, better for all
Kathryn Preece, Programme Manager, Better Business for All
15/10/13 Better Business for All has been shaping a new relationship between regulators and businesses for two years now and the energy and enthusiasm of those taking part is inspiring.
Some of our most positive and evangelical proponents of the programme were among those who were most skeptical at the outset.
The 11 Better Business for All Champions have taken forward the mission from the pathfinder LEPs (Greater Birmingham & Solihull and Leicester & Leicestershire) and started building dialogue between regulatory services and business; and they are making great progress.
Now it’s time to find the next wave of champions to spread better regulation still further – and they don’t have to be LEPs.
For this reason, a shared learning event is being organised to pass on the tools that have been developed over the past two years, along with valuable knowledge and insights from those who have already trodden the path.
We would encourage any organisation that has a stake in better regulation to share in the event at BIS HQ in Victoria Street, London, on November 8th, and see how they can benefit.
The BBfA programme is a tried and tested approach to partnership working that supports local business growth; more than 90 local authorities are now engaged with it. The reason that the programme works is because it has been developed by regulatory services working with local business leaders it works for them both - I won’t say from both sides of the fence because we’re trying to tear down the fence.
And when it comes to encouraging economic growth, we’re all on the same side. Better regulation is better for all.
Supporting local growth – the role of regulatory services
BIS, 1 Victoria Street, Westminster Conference Centre
London: 10.30am to 4.30pm November 8th
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