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Have your say in the 2009 Home Business Survey

Place your name in the hat to win a free HP notebook by completing the 2009 Home Business Survey. The Survey is being carried out by home business website, Enterprise Nation, with results being launched on Friday 20th November. Be sure to have your say!

Our Survey says …

Enterprise Nation produces the annual Home Business Report that offers facts and figures on the number of people starting and growing a business from home. It also offers a snapshot of what home business owners are thinking and doing. This year’s report will be launched at the Enterprise Nation Conference on the UK’s first ever Home Enterprise Day on Friday 20th November.

Be quizzed on the state of your business, your technology likes and loves, and how your neighbourhood measures up as a home business hotspot.

The survey takes around 5 minutes to complete. By doing so, you’ll be in with a chance of winning a nifty HP notebook.

Complete the survey by clicking on the link below and thanks for your time!

Complete the 2009 Home Business Survey

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About Emma Jones

Emma Jones is Founder and Editor of Enterprise Nation, the home business website. She has successfully started two businesses from home offices in London, Manchester and rural Shropshire. Following a career with an international accountancy firm, Emma started her first home based business at the age of 27 and successfully sold it just 15 months after launch. Redbrick Enterprises Ltd was founded in 2002 to advise the public sector on effective homeworking. Spotting a gap in the market to provide information and inspiration to homeworkers, Emma launched Enterprise Nation [www.enterprisenation.com], the home business website, in January 2006. The website is a free resource for people starting and growing a business at home and has a readership of more than 390,000 people. As well as site content, there is also a free fortnightly e-newsletter and podcast. Emma’s first book on how to start a business from home Spare Room Start Up: How to Start a Business from Home will be published by Harriman House in May 2008.

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