Independent Business Network.
The Independent Business Network is announcing that Daniel Hodson, will be leaving the organisation to focus on the new initiative ‘The CityUnited Project’.
The Independent Business Network represents the overwhelming majority of British businesses that are either family run or family owned, as established businesses organisations are not providing that voice.
The Independent Business Network recently published a report on how the government can implement changes to revive our High Street and Hospitality sector: https://theibn.org.uk/report-a-strategy-to-save-britains-hospitality-and-high-street-economy/
Daniel Hodson said, “Family owned and family run businesses were in desperate need of a strong voice to stand up for their interests. The Independent Business Network is fulfilling that role and is championing policies that favour high growth, low tax, increased exports and job creation, which will set the British economy on the right footing for the future. I am delighted to have been part of this project and I am looking forward to supporting the IBN as a friend and partner into the future, particularly when so many of our aims and objectives complement each other to such a large degree”
Daniel Hodson has taken up a new role as Chairman of ‘The CityUnited Project’, which is focusing on the opportunities and needs of the City now that the UK is outside of the European Union.
John Longworth, Chairman of the Independent Business Network said, “Daniel has been a key individual in the growth of the Independent Business Network and we are grateful for the advice, guidance and support he has provided. We wish Daniel well with ‘The CityUnited Project’ and look forward to working with him in the future. The Independent Business Network will continue to champion the needs of family run and family owned businesses as we come out of lockdown.”