A renewed strategy which aims to give all Hertfordshire residents the skills they need to maximise their own potential and help the county’s businesses and economy to thrive was launched on 22 January.
Sneha Khilay, Managing Director of Blue Tulip Training and champion for diversity and inclusion in the workplace joins the LEP's roster of Business Envoys who work to identify and tackle key issues for Hertfordshire.
Hertfordshire LEP is sponsoring the Small to Medium Business of the Year Award which celebrates the county's high performing SMEs.
The Department of International Trade is seeking evidence from UK businesses to help inform the new UK trade remedies framework being prepared in readiness for when Britain leaves the EU.
The Growth Hub has published its first Annual Report highlighting the programme's key achievements from 2016/17.
Catch up on the latest news from Hertfordshire LEP and our partners.
Driver recruitment specialist Driver Require wins LEP-sponsored Business Growth Award at the Hertfordshire Business Awards 2017.
Mark Davies, Metro Bank, takes over from Mark Coppen, NatWest, as Chair of the LEP’s Envoy Programme.
A popular challenge that enables youngsters to connect with Welwyn Hatfield businesses while raising funds for local charities and community groups has returned for its sixth year. The 2017/18 Dragons’ Apprentice…