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New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership

New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership

  • Both Kerwin Blackburn and new recruit Lee Casey attended the Norfolk Chamber's Roundtable Discussion on Tuesday 11 July in Hethersett.

    This discussion allowed businesses throughout Norfolk to have their say and pitch key ways in which they feel the region can increase business productivity and ensure growth across a range of sectors. The feedback will inform the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership's upcoming Economic Strategy for Norfolk - the first update since 2014.

    Following initial group talks and collective discussions amongst 51 members of the Norfolk Chamber, many tables seemed to cover the prominent issue of broadband speed and connectivity in the region. Alongside this, many delved into deeper issues such as the need to improve physical and digital infrastructure, rebrand Norfolk as a hub for young professionals and fill a skills gap in the region.

    These findings reflect the need for the People Development and Training services that US2U Consulting offers to clients, tailored to meet the requirements of both the individuals and the organisation.

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  • We are pleased that as part of our business development services we have been able to work with our client, ASAMS Ltd, to help them secure £12,500 from the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership Small Grant Scheme. We introduced Directors Andrew Page and Thomas Whiskin to New Anglia LEP at the Southern North Sea 2017 Conference and Exhibition run by EEEGR.

    This funding has helped the firm to invest a further £42,000 in a new milling machine which will improve efficiency and enable strategic expansion into the automotive and aerospace industries.

    Pictured is Andrew Page, Director at ASAMS Ltd, with Nataliya Klymko, Growth Programme Coordinator from the New Anglia LEP, at the ribbon cutting ceremony we organised.

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  • TA112.jpgWe attended this event as Dr Andy Wood, Chairman, New Anglia Enterprise Partnership (LEP), explained the priority things to do list. This includes enabling high speed broadband, gaining economic benefit from the energy sector, exploiting tourism opportunities and making the transition to a low carbon economy.

    "We are pleased to have already been able to support the formation of the LEP and plan to continue our support to maximise the opportunities for economic development, growth and jobs in the area", said Rachel Blackburn.

  • The US2U Consulting team attended New Anglia’s October 2012 business conference on making New Anglia the ‘California of Europe’.

    Encompassing Norfolk and Suffolk, the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership conference featured a number of interesting and entertaining speakers discussing issues such as job creation, business financing and local products.

    The Government Minister for Business and Enterprise The Rt Hon Michael Fallon MP told the conference that New Anglia is one of the “great growth regions of the country and will be one of the motors of our recovery.”

    Rachel Blackburn, Director of US2U Consulting said: “It is great to be involved with local business leaders and politicians in the discussion of how to move our region forward.”

  • US2U Consulting has been awarded the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership Youth Pledge Marque for the company's commitment across Norfolk and Suffolk to helping ensure young people have access to support and opportunities to enter employment, training and education.

    "We are proud to have been awarded this Marque in recognition of the various work experience opportunities and advice we offer to our future workforce across the region" said Rachel Blackburn.