Businesses across the Marches which export and import have been urged to make sure their paperwork is up to date ahead of Brexit. The Department for International Trade (DIT) is urging any companies which move goods into or out of the country to make sure they have an Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) number. […]
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling MP praises LEP for cross-border partnerships Dualling of the A5 and investment in the A49 and the M54/M6 link is vital if the economy of the Marches and the wider Midlands is to thrive. That was the message to Transport Secretary Chris Grayling MP when he attended an event hosted by […]
The region’s leading businesswomen have been urged to join the drive to build a vibrant economy for the Marches for years to come. Marches Local Enterprise Partnership director Gill Hamer called on women to step forward and help shape the economic future of the area by applying for two vacancies on the LEP board. Her […]
A pioneering manufacturer of high-end, environmentally friendly paints will increase its workforce and realise continued growth thanks to a grant from Herefordshire Council. The grant, worth over £9,000, is part of the Marches Building Investment Grant (MBIG) which is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund. It is aimed at funding extensions, renovations and […]
Projects which will promote economic growth and create jobs across the Marches could benefit from a share of £8 million of European funding.
Small to medium-sized manufacturers across the Marches have created 54 jobs in the last eighteen months after tapping into a dedicated business support initiative.
Manufacturers can now access specialist support and grant funding to improve their business thanks to a new programme in the Marches. The Manufacturing Growth Programme (MGP) will help businesses identify opportunities and create plans for growth and improvement under the new initiative. The £9.7m programme is being funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) […]
Funding streams worth £3.5m to boost the tourism and the food processing industries in the Marches have been announced.
Thousands of employees are to be given the chance to develop their knowledge, skills and career prospects as part of a new project supported by the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
A project to transform a dilapidated four-hectare site in Telford into a state of the art industrial facility could provide up to 240 jobs starting with those in construction – thanks to £720,000 of financing from the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership.