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Enterprise M3 welcomes diverse new senior level talent at EM3's AGM 2018

Enterprise M3 LEP has received a significant boost in diverse talent and experience to an already strong team, with the appointment of six new board members.

 

Chair of Enterprise M3 LEP, Dave Axam, gave a warm welcome to his new colleagues on the board, at the Enterprise M3 LEP Annual General Meeting  in Farnborough,

 

“With a wide range of expertise including international trade, the digital economy, corporate governance and the supply of skills and talent, our new members will add a wealth of senior level business experience and insight to our work.

 

These senior men and women join Enterprise M3 LEP as we celebrate our significant achievements to date; and, importantly, look forward to helping our region achieve ambitious goals for the future growth and inclusive prosperity of the people who live and work here.”

 

Dave Axam also announced the publication of the latest Enterprise M3 LEP Annual report to the audience of businesses and public sector leaders at the AGM.  Key highlights from last year’s achievements include:

 

•        Helped secure £38 m Housing Infrastructure Funds to allow for more than 5 and a half thousand homes in our area

 

•        3 major transport improvements unlocking almost 9,000 homes and more than 9,000 jobs

 

•        6 Science & Engineering Skills Centres delivering almost 350 apprenticeships

Download our 2017/18 Annual Report here

Notes

The six new members, who replace those whose tenure has ended/is about to end are:

Joined Jan 2018

Ross McNally, Exec Chair of Hants Chambers of Commerce

Ken Moon, Chairman of Sth Central Region, Fed. of Small Businesses

Joined May 2018

Stacey King, Regional Partnership Director, South East BT

Barney Ely, director of Hays HR, Hays

Debbie Allen, MD Operations Governance, BAE Systems

Joining July 2018

Jim McAllister, The Rutland Group

 

More details on Enterprise M3 Board members are available here