Archive for July, 2013

REconomy Project update, July 2013

REconomy Project update, July 2013

Published on July 31, 2013 in Blog, Project news with 0 Comments

This is a regular update with important project news. This might at some stage morph into a newsletter, but for now this is also featured in the monthly round-up over on Transition Network, and also in the Transition Newsletter.   We have just published the final part of the Economic Evaluation/Blueprint trilogy (is that a […]

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Reflections on TEEconomy: the Herefordshire Economic Evaluation project

Reflections on TEEconomy: the Herefordshire Economic Evaluation project

Published on July 19, 2013 in Blog with 0 Comments

In April 2013, senior figures across Herefordshire’s public, private and civil sectors received a challenge in the form of a research report which pointed to huge untapped economic potential in the county – worth hundreds of millions of pounds a year – and an invitation to attend the public launch when the evidence and how […]

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Creating jobs and tackling worklessness – who (and where) are the innovators?

Creating jobs and tackling worklessness – who (and where) are the innovators?

Published on July 9, 2013 in Blog, Services with 0 Comments

Guest post from Laura Gardiner, Policy Adviser – Innovation in Jobs, Nesta. Nesta, the UK’s innovation foundation, has been exploring the ways in which organisations and individuals are innovating to create jobs and tackle worklessness.  We began this process in our Making It Work report that was published last October, and we’ve now gathered all […]

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