ENTERPRISE M3 LEP drives the economic growth of the area by working with businesses, key delivery partners and central government. We translate and signpost opportunities for business and other partners including funding.
To do this we have clear governance and transparency in our decision making – find out about our governance here.
The Digital High Street Skills Programme has been delivered in the Enterprise M3 area in partnership with ATCM (Association of Town and City Management) and Local Councils. The programme delivered 42 Digital Skills Modules in 14 towns across the Enterprise M3 area. Modules included developing a web site to using online marketing and
Kathy Slack, Chief Executive of Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership, attended today’s (26 March) 2015 LEP Network Conference, held in Westminster, where she heard first hand from Government Ministers, Shadow Ministers and informed Business Leaders on plans for growth in England.
The Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) today announced that the contract to manage and run the Enterprise M3 Growth Hub has been awarded to a partnership led by the BE Group. BE Group is a leading supplier of business support services who currently run the National Business Support Helpline and,through work with the Institut
Enterprise M3, the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) for the M3 corridor, today announced it has awarded £9.24million in Local Growth Fund funding to three skills centres in Brockenhurst, Ashford (Surrey) and Andover that will help both grow the skills base and deliver new jobs for the Enterprise M3 area.
SEPnet (South East Physics Network) is a consortium of 9 university physics departments including Hertfordshire, Kent, Portsmouth, London (Queen Mary, Royal Holloway), Southampton, Surrey, Sussex and Open University.