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Prime Minister David Cameron during a visit to Rosyth Dock Yard in Fife, ahead of meeting with Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond, where he is expected to sign a deal with granting Holyrood the power to hold a historic referendum on independence. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday October 15, 2012. See PA story POLITICS Scotland. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Prime Minister David Cameron during a visit to Rosyth Dock Yard in Fife, ahead of meeting with Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond, where he is expected to sign a deal with granting Holyrood the power to hold a historic referendum on independence. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday October 15, 2012. See PA story POLITICS Scotland. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Prime Minister David 
Cameron has thrown his weight behind our Local 
Business Accelerators scheme – in which three lucky winners will receive free 
advertising in the Ripley & Heanor News.

The PM said he hoped for a good crop of entries in the 
competition being run by more than 500 newspapers across the UK.

Businesses aged between one and five years old can enter Business Accelerators (LBA) vying for the chance to win the advertising packages which will see them given a tailored package of adverts which will run for 13 weeks – offering vital exposre to thousands of potential customers.

Also tThe most promising businesses will go forward to the national stage of the competition to win a year’s mentoring fromDragons’ Den business guru 
Deborah Meaden. The local 
advertising campaign devised by a top London creative ad agency.

Mr Cameron said: “Te Local Business 
Accelerators campaign has 
provided tremendous support to fledgling businesses across the country and I am delighted that it will be running for a 
second year.

“Local newspapers play a vital role in their communities and are uniquely placed to support small businesses, giving them the boost that they need to grow, which is good for local areas and good for the economy as a whole.

“I hope more young businesses put themselves forward over the coming months and get involved with this innovative scheme, which rewards entrepreneurship and creative thinking in business.”

Our winner of the Ripley & Heanor News Local Business Accelerator title will receive a quarter page advert, which is sure to help land them new customers, that will run for 13 weeks and is worth £3,700-plus.

The second place firm will get a run of adverts worth more than £2,700-plus and our third placed company will get a serries of all important adverts in a package worth £2,000-plus.

The most promising Ripley businesses will go forward to the national stage of the competition to win a year’s worth of mentoring from Deborah Meaden and a local advertising campaign devised by a top London creative ad agency.

Last year’s overall LBA winner, Ilkley Brewery in Yorkshire, which is currently receiving mentoring support from Deborah, saw its orders in Leeds double as a result.

To enter visit www.accelerateme.co.uk for more information on the scheme and how to enter. Entries close on November 16, 2012.

 

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