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PNE Enterprise

'I want my own business, but where do I start?'

From thinking about setting up a business to the actual running of a new enterprise there are new challenges to be faced, and it is important to have the right advice, information and guidance.

Since 1980, PNE has offered a high quality service focused on giving individuals the knowledge and the skills they need to develop their own sustainable business.

The PNE Enterprise team of friendly, approachable and experienced staff provides a confidential service designed to help entrepreneurs start and run their businesses successfully.

Both Business Support and Shell LiveWIRE provide advice, information and inspiration for those setting up and running a business. Offering a combination of one to one advice, business courses and an online support service, they give the opportunity to discuss your plans and receive impartial help, advice and support.

PNE IT offer professional solutions tailored to meet the needs of new and existing businesses, maximising the efficiency of Information Technology in the workplace.

Get in touch today to find out how PNE Enterprise can help you.

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Case Study
Susan White - Furry Friends North East
Furry Friends

Furry Friends North East is a fully insured, police checked and trustworthy pet sitting, pet grooming, pet walking and feeding business for people who work full time, (especially those who work long hours) people going on holiday, and those who aren't able to walk their dog for the recommended amount of time i.e. 30 minutes twice a day.

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“Our Start-Up Loan and support from PNE and Virgin Money has really allowed us to develop our business by introducing new ranges within the Choclateas brand. It has given us a lot of publicity and, in turn, we have found new customers from both the general public and retailers. It has really given us a platform to build the brand and to allow us to carry on expanding the business.”