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Set up to create a more entrepreneurial society in the UK, top business support network Enterprise Nation helps business startups and small companies using a range of different techniques. These include peer advice, expert and mentor support, events, plus access to information and resources.

Recently, this extended to publishing a list of the most influential business journalists to follow in the UK. We’ve handpicked five of them for you to follow, depending on what your interests are…

For general business advice: Claire Burke @GDNclaire

Regular updates, focusing on Guardian content, ranging from how to protect your business from copycats, to a guide to the best places to be productive. Claire’s feed is packed with regular links to small business content, including journalist requests that could give you the chance to be featured, too.

For practical links: Dan Martin @Dan_Martin

As head of content of Enterprise Nation, Dan’s feed provides you with event reminders, live webinars and links to Enterprise Nation blog pieces. His feed is a great go-to for chances to discover live webinars and opportunities to attend courses with like-minded entrepreneurs.

Detail: Business Advice @BizAdvice_UK

Updates on government plans for small businesses, and up-to-date information, this feed provides you with detailed breakdowns on the more complicated areas of running a business such as tax and insurance. It mixes this with clickable content such as the 30 small business decision makers you need to know about, and a more practical guide to an office move..

Hacks and how-tos: Rachael Power @rachpower10

The editor of UKBizForums provides chatty commentary on business news, with links to how-to guides and upcoming tech trends. She also shares hacks and interviews with inspirational business leaders.

International news: Stuart Rock @stuart_rock

The editor of Business is GREAT tweets regularly, sharing international business news and recently released stats and figures. He also shares charts and reports alongside his own commentary.

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