The LEAP hosted a roundtable at City Hall on 5th September, on supporting black women entrepreneurs in London.
Camden Town Unlimited and Euston Town are working closely with the Mayor to provide a number of resources to help steer businesses through Brexit and beyond.
The Mayor of London today announced that LEAP is offering up to £82 million through Round 2 of the Skills for London Capital Fund, available for investment into estate and equipment for London's skills providers. The funding will allow London’s further education colleges and other education and training providers to invest in new, top quality facilities and equipment.
We are pleased to announce the launch of two new ESF Invitations to Tender by the ESFA Co-Financing Organisation. .
Participants are being sought for a focus group as part of a research project led by the Policy Institute at King’s College London and funded by Barclays
LEAP is helping London’s Small to Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) save money on their energy bills and improve the capital’s air quality through Cleaner Heat Cashback. The scheme, which is the first of its kind in the UK, will provide between 30 to 40 per cent cashback to SMEs when they replace older, polluting boilers, with new, cleaner systems.
The LEAP’s business support initiative, the London Growth Hub, has launched its brand new mentoring programme, Mentoring for Growth, with Be the Business. The programme will match high growth SMEs to mentors from one of the best and brightest in British business.