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Published: October 16th, 2015

Guest blog by Graham Wynn, Chairman of the Marches LEP
Collaboration is the very heart of the public and private sector partnership that has delivered this Marches Growth Hub.
We are at our very best when we are all pulling together in the combined interests of our region, creating jobs, improving transport and communication links and creating new homes and places to work.
In the fine spirit of that partnership we’re now calling on everyone with an interest in our mutual success to think about adding their expertise to the body of knowledge that we can continue to build up here.
No one person or organisation can achieve their goals alone, but we have a wealth of capability in our combined area of Herefordshire, Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin, across our businesses, networks and education and training providers.
This is YOUR hub and your chance to share, learn and benefit from the huge array of resources that this site and the physical hubs provide a gateway to.
If you have words of advice or wisdom to share, experience of what has and hasn’t worked for you and your business or case studies of how things can be done, let our team know so we can look to add them here for everyone’s benefit.
Not only will you be playing your part in the spirit of partnership, you’ll be putting yourself and your business in front of the entire region and beyond, which could bring its own benefits. And that brings us in a virtuous circle back to creating new business and new opportunities…
We look forward to hearing from you!
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