Ella’s Kitchen’s Paul Lindley – Innovation Survey
Paul Lindley of the successful children’s food brand Ella’s Kitchen, has been anxious to support and grow SMEs, especially, but not exclusively, those who want to become brands. He and others have worked on this over the last two years and during some of that research it emerged that the “Paths to Innovation” may be one of the inhibitors to business growth.
That’s why they have devised this short survey for food producers to test whether this is the case and to what extent; the team contacted us to help with ensuring the survey was right for food & drink businesses, and to get the survey out so we can get as many people as possible contributing to this valuable project.
Why is Paul doing this?
” I believe that the Government should focus its support – through grants or relief – on businesses trying to grow and who are ambitious for themselves,” says Paul. He is looking at how to frame a proposal which will help those businesses now. So we hope you will be able to spare a few minutes to complete the following questions – don’t worry, any that aren’t relevant to your business currently you can skip!
Why should the Government help?
The Government will get its return from your success and the impact that has on British industry.
How can you help?
To help Paul and the team to help businesses like you, we’d be really grateful if you could spare a few minutes to complete the survey. Just click on the button below:
We hope this research may lead to some tangible benefits for you and your business in the future – and on behalf of the whole team, thanks!