LEAP has pledged extra £65k to support small local firms left struggling in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire to add to the previous support of £250k.
Imperial College London is looking to develop a range of help and support options that will benefit businesses in London. It is interested in the views of senior decision makers in SMEs of all sizes and sectors, from start-ups to well established businesses.
The Mayor of London and Chair of LEAP, Sadiq Khan, has today launched a programme to pilot bringing forward small publicly owned sites to boost the capital’s small homebuilders sector and increase the supply of new and genuinely affordable homes.
Dozens of projects to boost skills and training for Londoners across the capital have been awarded a share of £25.7 million funding from the LEAP.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has today launched his Economic Development Strategy, which sets out how he will help to ensure that all Londoners share in the benefits of London’s prosperity as it grows, alongside a package of new LEAP supported initiatives which will support entrepreneurs and help small businesses across London to grow and flourish.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the Mayor’s Digital Talent Programme. Funded by the LEAP, the programme invests £7m into helping young people gain skills to fill the growing number of positions in the digital, creative and technology jobs.
A new report, analysing the impact of the 2017 Business Rates revaluation was launched today. The report was funded by the London Economic Action Partnership (LEAP) as part of its activity to support London’s small and medium sized enterprises.