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Charity founder Sam Everard to advise government

Government to listen to Dorset woman who helps disabled people set up businesses

A Charity boss who has helped hundreds of people with disabilities to start their own business is to advise the government.

Samantha Everard runs the award-winning, Bournemouth-based SAMEE – which stands for Support and Mentoring Enabling Entrepreneurship.

She will work alongside Justin Tomlinson, minister for disabled people, health and work, in an unpaid position as the south west chair of the government’s new Regional Stakeholder Network.

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IOEE Member of the Year 2019

IOEE Member of the Year 2019

Sam Everard has received the award for IOEE Member of the Year 2019 . . .

Sam’s principle is to work with those furthest away from the world of work and deliver in a style which engages them, increases self-confidence and motivation.

Sam is also a business and progression mentor with over 10 year’s experience, the skills workshops that Sam has written and one to one workshops that she offers are tailored to meet the needs of people including the provision of all inclusive equipment for children with disabilites on the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) schools project.

IOEE Member of the Year 2019 - Samee
Sam IOEE Member of the Year 2019
Sam-IOEE member of the year 2019- Presented by Tony Ford of Marstons-Telecoms


  • The Institute of Enterprise and Entrepreneurs (IOEE) and the Small Firms Enterprise
    Development Initiative (SFEDI) hosts the Celebrating Enterprise Awards 2019.
  • A prestigious event recognising outstanding endeavour in enterprise learning & skills.
  • Sam Everard receives IOEE Member of the Year Award 2019
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