About Enterprise M3

ENTERPRISE M3 LEP drives the economic growth of the area by working with businesses, key delivery partners and central government. We translate and signpost opportunities for business and other partners including funding. We bring people, business, public and not-for-profit sectors together and share our insights and data. We do all this to make Enterprise M3 ‘the’ place to do business.


Enterprise M3 are seeking input into our updated Strategic Economic Plan

In March 2014, Enterprise M3 published ‘Working for a Smarter Future; our Strategic Economic Plan (SEP) for 2014-2020.’ This is a forward-looking plan setting out their aspirations to drive innovation, accelerated economic growth and prosperity across the whole area.

Basingstoke wins Town of the Year award

Basingstoke has beaten off competition from Reading and Bracknell to win the 'Town of the Year' at the Thames Valley Property Awards 2017.Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council was named the winner at the awards on Thursday (11 May), after being judged to have made huge progress in giving the town an even brighter future.This in

Enterprise M3 is recruiting

Enterprise M3 is currently recruiting for two new posts within its small team. We are a highly regarded Local Enterprise Partnership working across Hampshire and Surrey to deliver collaborative economic growth.

Paul Hogg and Jason Gaskell joins Enterprise M3 LEP Board

Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) welcomes Professor Paul Hogg and Jason Gaskell as they step into new roles within the LEP’s Board. Paul Hogg takes over from Malcolm Parry as the Higher Education representative, while Jason Gaskell succeeds Zoe Gray as the not-for-profit Sector representative.  

How LEPs can build the local foundations for a global Britain

Sajid Javid talks to leaders of Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) about the important role they have to play in growing the UK economy

Good afternoon everyone, I hope you’ve had a great day today.

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