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A Year in the Life of the LLEP now available

The Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership (LLEP) has released a retrospective charting its achievements, and the achievements of local businesses, in 2018. As 2019 gets...

Customer service drives up Pall-Ex corporate growth to over £14.5M

Leicestershire firm Pall-Ex has accelerated its success over the last 12 months by growing its corporate revenue to over £14.5 million. The market-leading pallet network...

Norton Motorcycles makes £20m Japan export deal

Leicestershire-based Norton Motorcycles, manufacturers of bespoke two-wheelers, have landed a £20m export deal to supply motorcycles to the Japanese market. Norton's new agreement will help...

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Jan
17

Finance Masterclass for Business Owners

  Ambitious for your business but frustrated by your finances? Are your business finances stopping you…
Jan
17

Understanding Google Analytics

Understand and manipulate visitor data from your website and learn how to capitalise on the…
Jan
22

‘Are end-users just ‘idiots’? – using human factors to understand why employees don’t engage in Cybersecurity

You are invited to attend a talk by Lee Hadlington, Associate Professor in Cyber Psychology.…

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A few facts about employment in our area

£59m

brought into the local economy through the reinternment of Richard III

£500m

is what the textiles manufacturing industry is worth to the LLEP economy

72%

of the East Midlands' Logistics and Distribution operations are in Leicestershire

40,000

people in our area are employed in the Professional and Financial services sector

2,500

creative businesses are based here - the largest cluster outside London