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ELSBC operates in areas of East London where social and economic deprivation are most pronounced. It is in these disadvantaged areas that most can be gained from an initiative supporting small businesses; and, in many cases, these small businesses are run by ethnic minorities.
 
ELSBC operates in areas of East London where social and economic deprivation are most pronounced. It is in these disadvantaged areas that most can be gained from an initiative supporting small businesses; and, in many cases, these small businesses are run by ethnic minorities.
 
 
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ELSBC is affected by policy at various levels in its operations. European, national, regional and local policies all have an impact on the organization through financial support. For instance, the central government recently changed the institutional structure within which ELSBC operates, with the creation of Regional Development Agencies ([[RDA]]s) in 1999. Since then, each RDA has been responsible for the economic development of its region and coordinates the allocation of government subsidies. Funds for business support schemes in London are now heavily influenced by the local RDA. For ELSBC, this means that even though in the past it was able to rely on a variety of organisations, it has become more dependent on one organization, the London Development Agency ([[LDA]]).
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ELSBC is affected by policy at various levels in its operations. European, national, regional and local policies all have an impact on the organization through financial support. For instance, the central government recently changed the institutional structure within which ELSBC operates, with the creation of Regional Development Agencies ([[RDA]]s) in 1999. Since then, each RDA has been responsible for the economic development of its region and coordinates the allocation of government subsidies. Funds for business support schemes in London are now heavily influenced by the local RDA. For ELSBC, this means that even though in the past it was able to rely on a variety of organisations, it has become more dependent on one organization, the London Development Agency [[LDA]].
   
 
==Objectives==
 
==Objectives==

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