An apprenticeship is not just for those beginning their career, they can also be a great opportunity for those looking for a change in direction.
- 100 partners join forces to promote investment opportunities in the region
- Public and private sectors join forces to attend, led by the Midlands Engine
Aston University and University of Birmingham Enterprise have teamed up with Minerva, one of the UK’s largest traditional angel investor networks.
The Midlands Engine Strategy set out the government’s intention to establish a Midlands Skills Challenge, with the objective of closing the skills gap between the Midlands and the rest of the country. The government has made £7 million of funding available through the Midlands Skills Challenge to pilot innovative approaches to supporting the mental health of employees in the Midlands.
Mark Stansfeld is Chair of Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership (WLEP), a Non-Executive Director, Digital Technology Specialist, and 5G lead for the Midlands Engine.
Navigating the Midlands is like going on a bear hunt. It’s something you can’t go around, you can’t go over, you can’t go under – you must go through!
Ambitious plans to realise the future potential of the East Midlands economy was the the focus of an investment summit in Leicester.
Businesses and organisations throughout the Midlands are being invited to join a powerful new group, Team Midlands.
• Midlands Engine Investment Fund reaches £25 million milestone
• Over 100 businesses supported across the region since launch
The Midlands and the North come together in landmark open letter urging party leaders to publicly commit to completion of HS2 Phase Two