Chief Executive, South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP)
Adam Bryan has developed a career in bringing the public and private sectors together to support economic growth. After supporting the establishment of Enterprise Hubs when working with the East of England Development Agency in Cambridge, Adam spent a number of years providing the economic development policy and strategy lead for Essex County Council. He has most recently been responsible for directing the successes of the South East Local Enterprise Partnership - the business-led body for promoting and enabling growth which spans Essex, Kent and East Sussex. The LEP is has recently agreed its Economic Strategy Statement – setting the direction, capitalising on and pushing for infrastructure investment is a key element of this work.
What’s New in the South East: Strategic Developments You Need to Know About
Get the latest information on the exciting infrastructure and development projects that will be shaping the South East’s economic landscape over the next decade – together with an expert perspective on how these will impact the local business community.
From the Lower Thames Crossing to the Thames Estuary Production Corridor, SELEP will update you on all the most important developments, so that you can plan to take advantage of the many opportunities that will emerge.
Benefits of attending this session:
- Gain an understanding of future opportunities for growth in the wider area and opportunities for investment.
- Learn how this will improve the economy and travel in Kent and Medway.