Paul Dixon, Voluntary Business Needs Coordinator
Paul is likely to be your initial contact with StartUp Suffolk, where his part-time voluntary role is to help you find out exactly what help you need, so that you can be matched with a Voluntary Enterprise Champion and be given relevant information about other agencies or services that can help.
Paul volunteered to get involved in StartUp Suffolk because he’s committed to developing the local economy in Suffolk and celebrating enterprise wherever it occurs in the county.
Paul has served in the British Army and now works closely with early stage businesses and as an RSPCA volunteer.
Click here to contact Paul Dixon.
Tim Meadows-Smith, Founder and Chairman of StartUp Suffolk
Tim is a successful entrepreneur with a career spanning 30 years. He has developed businesses for major global brands, owns a portfolio of successful businesses he started from scratch and has helped many other people to found and develop their own highly profitable businesses.
In his day-to-day work as a business leadership advisor, Tim creates and protects the wealth of his clients. In business “distress” situations he advises the owners on how to stabilise, restructure and turnaround their businesses.
Click here to contact Tim Meadows-Smith.
Could you be a Voluntary Enterprise Champion?
StartUp Suffolk relies on the expertise of its network of skilled Voluntary Enterprise Champions. If you are a successful entrepreneur and want to help other start-ups in Suffolk to benefit from your knowledge and expertise, Tim Meadows-Smith would welcome your enquiry.
First click here to find out more about the role of Voluntary Enterprise Champion, then send your CV to Tim and tell him about the skills/expertise you are willing to share and what interests you about this voluntary role.