Throughout its partnership with Entrepreneurial Spark and its own initiative Women in Business, RBS inspires and enables women to succeed in business. ‘This Mum runs’ is an example of small business who benefitted from such programmes.
The Inspiring Enterprise Success report shows that the three-year programme has exceeded the targets set out when it began, helping more than 142,000 people to explore enterprise.
New research from NatWest and the British Franchise Association (bfa) highlights changes and profitability in the sector.
52 winning organisations have been announced for round two of the 2018 Skills & Opportunities Fund.
Simon McNamara, RBS Chief Administrative Officer and Executive Sponsor of the RBS Multicultural Network, recently hosted an event in discussion with Eric Holder, the first black US Attorney General. They discussed career, ethnicity, diversity and even a little bit of politics. At the event, Eric Holder shared his wisdom and experience with attendees from the RBS Executive committee and RBS Multicultural Network. Simon McNamara blogs about his experience meeting Eric, a BAME role model, and why diversity is so important to RBS.