Housing and Growth Deal – Productivity

Oxfordshire’s knowledge-intensive economy delivers £23 billion a year to the nation’s economic output – it is one of just three net county contributors to the UK economy. The Deal commits Government support to expand our world-class businesses, research bodies and employment sites across the county. An Oxfordshire Industrial Strategy is being developed to direct investment, deliver inclusive growth, drive productivity and innovation, and address specific skills gaps. The Deal will build a pathway for young people to develop the skills needed to capture opportunities in the emerging growth sectors of Oxfordshire, supporting those at risk of social exclusion.


UTC Oxfordshire

 

Skills

The OxLEP Skills team aims to connect young people and education providers with hundreds of Oxfordshire businesses, supporting them to understand the benefits of apprenticeships, work experience and community employment plans.

 

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RACE

 

Local Industrial Strategy

The Government launched the UK Industrial Strategy in November 2017. Its aim is to increase growth and productivity across the UK and create more prosperous communities – in response, Oxfordshire is delivering one of just three government-backed Local Industrial Strategies, with a vision for the county to become one of the top-three global innovation ecosystems, building on our world-leading science and technology cluster.

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Culham Fusion

 

Investment – A Growth Hub

OxLEP Business’ inward investment team provides confidential and tailored assistance to help businesses from across the globe to locate and grow within Oxfordshire.  It leads the growth hub for Oxfordshire, with the aim of simplifying the county’s business support landscape, helping individuals and businesses to easily connect. The growth hub supports those looking to start, run or grow a business with prompt, friendly, impartial advice as well as directing them to other appropriate national and local support programmes.

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Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP)

The role of the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP) is to to champion Oxfordshire’s economic potential. It was formally launched by the then Business Minister Mark Prisk MP in March 2011, with the responsibility of championing and developing the Oxfordshire economy.

Considerable progress is being made in strengthening the county’s economy by establishing robust and effective relationships between businesses, academia and the public sector.

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