The new Hull and East Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership (HEY LEP) is looking for experienced and committed leaders from the business and other sectors of the community to join its Board and drive forward economic prosperity in our region.
As a founder member of the new Board, you will help lead the strategic direction of the LEP, shaping future priorities, developing partnerships and securing investment from both public and private sectors.
If you are passionate about improving our region’s economy and believe
The Humber Local Enterprise Partnership’s (LEP) Business Development Board has welcomed eight new members.
The eight new members, all prominent figures in the Humber’s business community, will take a role shaping the LEP’s priorities in how best to support the region’s many companies – 98 per cent of which are small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).
The Business Development Board leads the Humber LEP’s work on one of its three key ambitions: to support businesses to thrive in the Humber. The board
The Humber Local Enterprise Partnership’s (LEP) Board has committed almost £1m in funding to develop an Advanced Engineering Manufacturing Unit on the Enterprise Zone site in Stallingborough.
The project will deliver a 15,000 sqft light industrial unit, designed to meet the needs of an advanced engineering manufacturing business. The unit will offer a mix of office, research and development, manufacturing and distribution space.
The Humber LEP Board committed £950,000 from the Humber’s Local Growth Fund allocation towards the project at their meeting
If you have a strong interest in the business landscape in the Humber, and the desire to help the region’s businesses to succeed, you may just be the person the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) is looking for as it opens recruitment for its Business Development Board.
The Business Development Board leads the Humber LEP’s work on one of its three key ambitions: to support businesses to thrive in the Humber. The board supports the development of key business sectors and
Three members of the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership’s Boards attended an event in London on Thursday promoting female participation on LEP boards.
Jo Smedley, the LEP’s Small Business Champion and Managing Director of Grimsby’s Red Herring Games; Anne Tyrrell, Chief Executive of further education college group DN Colleges Group, based at North Lindsey and Doncaster College; and Gill Alton, Chief Executive at Grimsby Institute for Higher Education, will be attending the event alongside over 160 senior women business leaders and entrepreneurs
Our Vice Chair and Chair of the Employment and Skills Board (ESB) Mike Parker OBE is stepping down from the LEP at the end of July.
Mike, who has chaired the ESB since it was established in 2013 to lead, develop and oversee the implementation of the Humber Employment and Skills strategy, has driven action that will deliver LEP’s strategic aim of a Skilled and Productive Humber workforce.