“Cornwall is on the up” –this was the clear message from the Secretary of State for Transport Patrick McLoughin to business and tourism industry leaders, MP’s and representatives from a wide range of local organisations from across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly at last week’s Cornwall Expo 2015
The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has issued an appeal for projects that could benefit from the Government’s next round of Growth Deal funding.
Leading entrepreneur and businesswomen Michelle Mone OBE continued the Government review into supporting entrepreneurship in disadvantaged communities today (Monday, Sep 7) with a visit to Pool Innovation Centre in Cornwall.
For the first time European Regional Development funds are targeted at Local Enterprise Partnership areas in a major shift to more localised spending.
Up to 100 highly skilled jobs could be created in Cornwall following a decision by one of the world’s top 20 universities to locate its new IT Service Centre in the county.
Cornwall is the first rural authority in the country to be offered a devolution deal, with Communities Secretary Greg Clark and Prime Minister David Cameron travelling to Cornwall to support the signing of the formal agreement.
The Cornwall Careers Show is looking for Cornish businesses to inspire the next generation of students into exciting careers right here in Cornwall.
The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership has announced the search for new board members to join its 14-strong board.
The plans include the creation of a food artisan village at Norton Barton Farm just outside Bude which is already home to a number of local food producers, and new dairy production facilities at Trewithen Dairy near Lostwithiel.