The search has begun for a new business leader to help drive economic growth across the region.
The Marches LEP has launched a new campaign to encourage small employers to make a difference to the futures of young people in The Marches The Give an Hour campaign is targeting small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) to offer an hour of their time to help young people prepare for the fast-changing world of […]
A rallying call has gone out to Shropshire’s “world-class businesses” to bid for national recognition by entering the UK’s most prestigious award scheme. The Marches LEP joined forces with Anna Turner, the new Lord-Lieutenant of Shropshire, to host the Shropshire launch of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise last Thursday. LEP Chairman Graham Wynn OBE welcomed […]
A family-owned cleaning and janitorial supplies specialist which has operated in Shrewsbury since 1976, is setting its sights on increased revenues and a wider geographical reach following an extensive refurbishment project which has been made possible thanks to a grant supported by the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
A massive £23.5million funding pot has been made available for companies across the region to help them turn their growth plans into reality.
More teenagers in England may be out of education training or work (NEET) and for longer periods than previously thought, a study has suggested.
New jobs and housing could soon be on the way in Oswestry thanks to the efforts of a number of local, regional and national organisations, who are working together to deliver potential housing and employment land developments in Shropshire’s second largest market town. Led by Shropshire Council, the work involves Homes England, Highways England, The […]
The Marches Local Enterprise Partnership today welcomed news that the Department for Transport (DfT) is to invest £54m in the construction of the Shrewsbury North West Relief Road.
The region’s leading businesswomen are being urged to step forward and play their part in driving the area’s economic growth.
The country’s Local Enterprise Partnerships have a ‘vital role’ to play in the UK’s economic future after Brexit, the Prime Minister has said.