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Two Leicestershire projects win prestigious engineering award

On Friday 7 June 2019 over 200 members and guests of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) East Midlands attended their annual gala dinner, at...

British Business Bank releases Small Business Equity Tracker 2019

Some highlights from the report: Equity investment outside London increases – The report, which provides an in-depth assessment of equity finance markets for growing businesses,...

Leicester-based design company wins prestigious award

Leicester-based design company Newenglish Design has won a Prestigious Award for its work on Inspire Culture’s Beeston Library, Nottinghamshire at the DBA Design Effectiveness Awards...

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A few facts about employment in our area


higher education students attend the region's three universities


of the population of Leicester is aged 18-24 (against a national average of 8.7%)


people employed in professional, scientific or technical industries


of the population of Leicester is of working age (against a national average of 62.8%)


employee growth in the professional, scientific and technical sectors 2011-2017 - an increase of 17,000 workers