Derbyshire High Peak company set to create an extra 43 jobs thanks to helping hand from D2N2 LEP
A Derbyshire High Peak company is set to create 43 extra jobs after a helping hand from the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership’s Unlocking Investment for Growth programme.
D2N2 Chairman to join Lord Heseltine at roadshow following launch of Round Five of the Regional Growth Fund
A new round of the Regional Growth Fund opens today as the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg called on businesses across the country to bid for a share of the £300 million cash pot.
Date set for D2N2 LEP to launch low-carbon action plan
Chief Executive David Ralph has announced that D2N2 – the Local Enterprise Partnership for Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire – will launch its low-carbon action plan for consultation next month.
D2N2’s Growing Places Fund open for just two more weeks as local business Prometheus demonstrates the difference it can make
The D2N2 LEP is currently inviting organisations to submit expressions of interest to its D2N2 Growing Places Fund – and local business Prometheus demonstrates the difference it could make to your business.
How did D2N2 help Prometheus, find out here
Continued engagement key to fixing ‘red tape’ issues, says D2N2 Chairman Peter Richardson
Peter Richardson, chairman of D2N2 – the Local Enterprise Partnership for Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire – has urged businesses to continue to work with regulators to ease the burden of red tape.
Confidence up among firms in D2N2 area, survey shows
The local economy strengthened again in the third quarter of the year thanks to another strong business performance, according to new figures.
£100m investment to give Enterprise Zones business edge
The Government is putting an extra £100 million on the table so enterprise zones can complete key infrastructure projects and successfully compete for the new businesses that will create thousands of local jobs across the country.
Minister praises local college’s efforts during visit
Laying bricks and painting decorative panels were just two of the challenges Skills Minister Matthew Hancock took up from students at West Nottinghamshire College.