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 LEP visited KV Transix Ltd in Driffield to find out how a Growing the Humber grant helped them to purchase innovative new equipment, which supported them to become a more successful and competitive business and allowed them to grow as a company.
The new press break machine
Business name: KV Transfix Ltd, Kelleythorpe Industrial Estate, Driffield, East Yorkshire.
Business overview: KV Transfix Limited are designers and manufacturers of specialist and bespoke component parts for automised vehicles across a varied
More than 2,800 businesses across the region received support to help them develop from the Humber Business Growth Hub last year.
This brings the total number of businesses supported by the scheme to 9,342 since the Growth Hub was established by the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) in 2014.
This business support comes in ‘light’, ‘medium’ and ‘high’ intensity assistance, with some businesses receiving over 12 hours of dedicated one-to-one advisor support to help with their growth plans. Delivered through a network
Humber LEP is proud to once again be supporting Humber Business Week 2019 – while hosting engaging events to suit every kind of business.
Whether you’re a start-up, an SME or an established enterprise, or even if you’re just interested in the direction of the Humber region – the Humber LEP’s daily events will have something for you to sign up for.
As Business Week kicks off on Destination Monday on Monday, June 3rd, we invite you for a half-time team talk
The Humber LEP is supporting North East Lincolnshire Council in its bid to be named Digital Council of the Year.