New figures have revealed that 520 new businesses have been set up in the Wallasey constituency since 2010 - creating more jobs and apprenticeships for local residents.
The figures, from the Office for National Statistics, show that the number has grown from 1,460 businesses based here in 2010 to 1,980 now.
Many of the new businesses being set up are being helped by the New Enterprise Allowance Scheme, introduced by the Conservatives in 2011 to support those who want to start their own company. Around 200 new businesses a week are being helped in that way.
Now, with the General Election behind us and Brexit delivered, Conservatives are starting work on the next phase of changes to support even more businesses to be set up - click on the link below to read about the top 12 ways we'll be helping small and medium sized businesses.
Thinking of starting a business in Wallasey?
You can contact the government’s Business Support Helpline for free advice:
Call 0300 456 3565 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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