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George Derbyshire, head of the National Federation of Enterprise Agencies.

Starting a new business? Looking for some advice and support? Don't know where to turn?

George Derbyshire, chief executive of the National Federation of Enterprise Agencies (NFEA), is on hand to help you.

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George Derbyshire has been chief executive of the NFEA since May, 2002.

He took up the role following a banking career during which he worked in a variety of roles from traditional branch manager to policy and marketing.

While at the Royal Bank of Scotland he was director of a team which looked after the charity, education, public sector and other not-for-profit customers.

He also chaired the bank's charity forum.

He is married with two grown up children and lives in a north Bedfordshire village.

He enjoys keeping fit and attending concerts, and is a member of the Development Board of Community Service Volunteers, director of the Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, and chairman of training company Incredit.



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