Farmers and Food Produces: You need to take new steps to export meat and dairy to the EU
NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS FOR THE COMBINED AUTHORITY BUSINESS BOARD
INDUSTRY LEADERS WANTED TO SHAPE OUR LOCAL ECONOMY
New opportunity to be a part of a leading panel to shape our local industrial strategy, influence policy and investment.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority (CPCA) is looking for remunerated non-executive directors’ members to become part of the Business Board. The Business Board will enable significant economic growth in the region by providing visionary leadership and challenge to the CPCA, Government and partners. We are looking for people with the right skills, abilities and talents to help deliver our vision for the future.
Once again these fantastic awards will be recognising and celebrating the best in business from the Huntingdonshire District.
EDGE Sharper Skills is a unique partnership which brings together local businesses, training privoders, schools and jobseekers. They match and develop the right people and the right skills to businesses across the short, medium and long term: building partnerships and developing bespoke solutions for companies and the individuals they work with.
A recent report released by the CTM research project in the digitalisation of roadmapping shows that firms are keen to invest in new technologies to support roadmapping. Interactive displays, roadmapping software, digital meeting rooms and data analytics are leading the current interest of firms which participated in the global roadmapping survey conducted between January and March of 2019.
The making of the Composites Technician apprenticeship at iMET, is an exclusive opportunity to put the Peterborough, Cambridge and Huntingdon areas at the forefront of composites manufacturing, and therefore will grow the local economy.
The British Business Bank Finance Hub is designed to help businesses understand the financial landscape and ultimately access the right finance for their growth potential. It’s an independent, impartial digital hub designed to raise awareness of the different types of finance available for growing UK businesses. Explore finance options and find funding to suit your business.
This month Urban&Civic welcomed a group of European exchange students who were visiting Cambridge Regional College as part of an Erasmus project to Alconbury Weald to learn about working life and to explore the variety of different career opportunities that exist within the region.
The twelve students, from Italy, Finland and the Czech Republic, were visiting the college via the Erasmus programme, which is focusing on how students are supported to engage and prepare for apprenticeships and supported internships. The project is a European-wide project and is called Next Steps.
Alconbury Weald is preparing for its next stage of development, with an application that provides the framework to deliver a secondary and special needs school, the next 1,000 homes, shops and employment space as well as parks and open spaces. The additional development proposed sits to the east of the existing first phase of homes and covers land up to the central part of the historic Cold War runway.
The submission follows on from consultation events in December and partnership working with local authorities and key partners around the next phase of facilities coming forward, including the innovative Education Campus.
Once again the Hunts Post Business Awards will be recognising and celebrating the best in business from the District.
There are 11 categories open for entries in this year's awards and businesses are able to enter up to three.
- Location: Flexible
- Salary: £1,250 per day, 1 day per week
- Job type: Contract
- Job reference: 931156
- Sector: Central Government