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A great business base speaks for itself

Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park (LUSEP) is one of the largest of its kind in the UK – and 2019 will see it continue...

Latest labour market dashboards available

The latest edition of the LLEP area labour market dashboards are now online. The dashboards set out key statistics related to the workforce in Leicester...

Leicester and Leicestershire: a premier sporting location

The new Premier Sporting Location Prospectus for Leicester and Leicestershire was officially launched on Friday 5th April at the Leicester Riders home game against London...

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Developing a Digital Marketing Strategy – Breakfast Seminar

Are you ready for the next step in your marketing strategy to achieve a more…
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Investment readiness Event – Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes two-day programme DATES 1st and 9th May 2019 LOCATION EMW Law LLP offices…
May
01

Collaborate: PR on a beermat

Ultimately every business owner is looking to secure more business but how can you let…

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A few facts about employment in our area

60,000

higher education students attend the region's three universities

14.6%

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

41,000

people employed in professional, scientific or technical industries

68%

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

70.8%

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