Automotive company joins growing list of large American corporates in Essex
US-headquartered Group 1 Automotive recently announced that it has acquired five Volkswagen franchises in Essex, joining the growing contingent of large American companies that are already based here.
How Invest ESSEX is developing relations with Indian businesses
Invest ESSEX is committed to promoting inward investment to the county and is particularly keen to develop relations with India - a country set to be the world’s fastest-growing economy for the rest of the decade.
Business scale up and its impact on company culture workshop
The MedBIC are hosting a free workshop for businesses to develop the right culture as they scale their growing business and why it is important for long term business success on Thursday 7th November 2019.
Essex in great position to close the skills gap
Essex has a key role to play in bridging the skills gap for future generations due to its location at the heart of the London-Stansted-Cambridge UK Innovation Corridor (UKIC).
Phase 2 work commences at Airport Business Park Southend
Work is progressing quickly at Southend-on-Sea’s new Airport Business Park, with Readie Construction now breaking ground for Phase 2 infrastructure and enabling works.
Intellectual Property workshop
The MedBIC are hosting a free Intellectual Property (IP) workshop with IP21 and the commercialisation team at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) on Thursday 10th October 2019.
Invest ESSEX continues to back London Stansted Airport growth
Invest ESSEX continues to maintain its backing for the growth of London Stansted Airport in a bid to help safeguard the future prosperity of the county. This follows the news that London Stansted Airport’s proposed growth plans have been sent back to Uttlesford District Council’s Planning Committee to review.
Port of Tilbury reach agreement with Nippon Gases Europe for permanent CO2 import hub
The Port of Tilbury, London’s major port in Essex, recently announced a long-term agreement with leading industrial gas company Nippon Gases Europe to import CO2 to the Thames port.