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
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
Phil Glover (left) being presented the Certificate in Quantitative Risk Management (CQRM) by Chris Page, Risk Consultant at OSL Risk Management.
Phil Glover, Business Development Manager for the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has become the first in the UK Local Enterprise Partnership network to pass the Certification in Quantitative Risk Management (CQRM).
CQRM is internationally recognised by the IIPER awarding body and provides the expertise to quantify and manage complex risk scenarios.
The course was delivered in person by Jonathan Munn, a