The South London Innovation Corridor partnership seeks bids from local partners and organisations

The partnership has received £8,000,000 in funding from the City of London - of which £900,000 has been dedicated to talent development. Other outcomes include affordable workspace and business support. They are currently seeking local organisations, partners, training companies, businesses and partners interested in bidding for small pots of funding to help deliver their outcomes.

Research has shown that the CDI sector is one of the fastest growing in London and there is a risk of locking local talent out, and we need your help to ensure that this is not the case.

The South London Innovation Corridor is hosting a Talent Development Workshop on Monday 23 of March 2020, where you will have a chance to say on how we should invest to break down barriers, open opportunities and help businesses benefit from local talent.

If this sounds like you, please sign up to shape the programme.

If you would like any further information about the South London Innovation Corridor, please contact

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