More than 58,000 new jobs will be created across the Marches – and the economy grow by £8.7billion – under an ambitious new 20-year blueprint for success unveiled today. The Marches Local Enterprise Partnership says an extra 5,200 new businesses will launch and 54,000 new homes be built as the region’s economy grows to £23.8 […]
Businesses across The Marches looking to revamp their buildings to facilitate growth are being urged to take advantage of a grant scheme supported by the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) as soon as possible in order to complete their build projects before the scheme’s conclusion in June 2019. The Marches Building Investment Grant (MBIG) was […]
CMYUK, the leading UK independent supplier of equipment to the large format digital printing market, has been able to expand its showroom and create new jobs in Shrewsbury, having been awarded a grant by the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
Regional lender BCRS Business Loans has been announced as a fund manager for the Midlands Engine Investment Fund.
A consultation is to begin on plans for a multi-million pound Innovation Park on the outskirts of Newport that could create 950 new jobs.
An Oswestry-based manufacturer will realise its growth ambitions having been awarded a grant by the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). The grant, worth over £97,000, is part of the Marches Building Investment Grant (MBIG) which was launched earlier this year. It is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund and has allowed essential expansion […]
Hereford and South Herefordshire MP Jesse Norman has officially opened the new 20,000 sq ft headquarters of the latest investor to open for business on Hereford Enterprise Zone.
Shropshire’s business support organisations are joining forces for the first time in 2017 for an unmissable event aimed at helping county enterprises grow and thrive.
House builders in the Marches are being urged to have their say on the challenges facing their industry to help develop a new strategy that will drive forward the creation of more new homes.
Communities across Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin are to benefit from a £3.3m project aimed at tackling poverty by supporting people into work and training.