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Launch of the South East Midlands Strategic Economic Plan

Date: November 8th, 09:30 - 12:00

The 2017 Strategic Economic Plan sets the ambition and strategic economic direction for the South East Midlands to 2050, focusing particularly on the next 10 years.

It details priority areas where we will focus investments and actions to support the fundamental elements behind the successful growth of our economy to achieve the doubling of GVA by 2050.

At this morning launch event, we'll take you through the opportunities and challenges for growth, what actions SEMLEP, working with partners from across the public and private sectors will take as well as what programmes and investments SEMLEP will deliver to achieve the area's ambitious growth targets. 

Mark Yeadon, Director of Public Perspectives will also present the key findings of SEMLEP's 2017 Business Survey. This will cover current insights in business confidence in growth, innovation, investments and on Brexit, key issues in skills and appetite for business support.

Unfortunately, as we have limited places avaialble, this is an invitation-only event. For more information, please contact SEMLEP on 01234 436 100.

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