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Sustainable Inland Shipping project calls to focus on results not certificates

Sustainable inland shipping is within reach, but calls for a different approach from ports, transpor...

Opportunities for businesses to provide smart energy solutions for island communities and off-grid locations

Businesses offering smart energy-efficient solutions such as offshore renewable energy, energy stora...

Events

SUT Satellite date for Marine Applications, 25th April 2019, Exeter

Satellite data has transformed our lives and understanding on the earth systems. The aim of the sess...

Gosport Marine Festival, 11th May 2019, Gosport

If youíve ever wondered what itís like to sail a dingy, row a boat or glide along the water on a kay...

Develop your future talent pipeline

Skills gaps, recruitment challenges and an ageing workforce are often cited as barriers to business growth and increased productivity. To support with tackling these issues, Solent LEP have committed to establishing the Enterprise Adviser Network in the area.

This national initiative, delivered in partnership between Local Enterprise Partnerships and the Careers and Enterprise Company, matches schools and colleges with a volunteer from business; providing an insight into the world of work and encouraging education to find effective ways to build their employer networks.

Providing education with an insight to the realities of the workplace and expectations of employers is invaluable in ensuring that young people make informed choices about their career pathways. It is also a great opportunity for personal development and to build your own professional network.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Enterprise Adviser Network then please contact the Solent LEP for further details - jade.fuller@solentlep.org.uk

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Posted 2018-10-12 13:06:32

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