Simon Pitkeathley, a London Economic Action Partnership (LEAP) board member, has been given special responsibility for promoting the interests of small businesses in the capital.
Today Communities Secretary Sajid Javid announced a £140m funding allocation to LEAP to invest into the Capital’s regeneration projects and help create jobs, support businesses and encourage growth.
The Mayor of London today chaired the first meeting of the new administration for the Local Enterprise Partnership for London (LEAP). LEAP works in partnership with the Mayor of London to help deliver economic growth and regeneration to underdeveloped areas of London.
LEAP is seeking to appoint an organisation or consortium to deliver a time-limited project to provide business support to SMEs and individuals looking to start a business.
Welcome to LEAP and its newly appointed board! London is open for business after the capital’s Local Enterprise Partnership changed its name and has rebranded to the London Economic Action Partnership (LEAP), with a newly appointed board of members to be chaired by the Mayor of London.
Today the Mayor of London visited Dek Catford workspace to coincide with the launch of IPPR’s Value of Open Workspaces report and the appointment of the London Workspace Providers Board which will emphasise on the commitment of local boroughs to protect and support affordable workspaces in London.
Today the Mayor of London launched a new £7m Digital Talent Programme that will offer training opportunities for young people and will focus on supporting women’s and ethnic minority groups to gain the skills needed to find employment within London’s digital, technology and creative sectors.