As part of World Space Week, LEP Board member Lucy Edge looks at how a Spaceport in Cornwall can boost our economy and inspire the younger generation.
This is the full text of a speech delivered by Glenn Caplin, Chief Executive of the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership, at GrowthFest, a celebration of business support and business success held at the Royal Cornwall Showground on September 20, 2018.
With all the recent Brexit excitement in the Commons you’d be forgiven for thinking that our senior politicians don’t have time for regional policy outside the Westminster bubble.
With the right support, marine renewable energy will play a vital role delivering the Government’s clean growth agenda, argues Steve Jermy.
What a wonderful upbeat celebration of business we saw during Cornwall Business Week, culminating in the Cornwall Business Awards at St Mellion with guest speaker Gregg Wallace from the BBC’s Masterchef programme.
Opportunity. That’s the big theme for 2018.
Later this year we expect to hear more about exactly what the Government has in mind when it talks about its ‘Shared Prosperity Fund’.
When the Bloodhound Super Sonic Car makes its first test run at Cornwall Airport Newquay next month, the world will be watching.
If you were in any doubt about the potential for the creative industries to be an engine for economic growth and job creation, a new report has cemented their status as the fastest growing sector of the UK economy.
In Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly there are almost 50,000 working age people whose day-to-day activities are limited by a long term illness or disability.