Leadership and Sustainability Innovation Take Centre Stage at
The West London Business Awards 2024
A total of 24 winners were recognised at the 2024 West London Business Awards.
Hosted by comedienne Jenny Eclair and attended by over 400 business leaders, entrepreneurs, and VIPs, the Awards was held at Twickenham Stadium on Friday 16th February.
West London’s Film And TV Industry Is Globally Sought-After And Actively Growing The UK Economy
A new report looking into the economic viability of the film and TV industry reveals that West London is now firmly established as a global film and TV destination that is both building the West London local economy, and also demonstrating how other areas in the UK can learn from it to generate financial growth and local jobs.
West London Business Awards 2024 Shortlist Revealed
4 January 2024 – The 11th annual West London Business Awards once again celebrate the sub-region’s world-class talent and business excellence…
The West London Business Awards continue the tradition of recognising the best of business across the sub-region by today revealing nominees for the 2024 shortlist. Now in their 11th year, the awards recognise organisations big and small for their achievements in making West London the best place to do business. Since nominations opened in July, entries have been received from across a range of industries and the judging process has been highly competitive. All shortlisted organisations are congratulated for making this stage of the awards process.
The UK’s first ‘league table’ of leading Master Trusts carbon footprint performance has been published this week, providing valuable information to help Micro, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (MSMEs) better understand the carbon impact of their pension scheme. The Master Trusts have £131bn assets under management on behalf of 25 million pensioners. Continue reading
Local unemployment in West London remains double pre-pandemic levels, yet businesses are struggling to find the staff they need. However, businesses in West London are now set to benefit from a Department for Education funded initiative launched this week that seeks to address the skills shortages that are stopping business growth in West London by helping local residents match their skills to available jobs.
Entries Now Open for the West London Business Awards 2024
Entries are now open for the West London Business Awards 2024, which showcase business excellence, and are established as one of the pre-eminent award schemes in the capital. The awards celebrated their tenth anniversary earlier this year and now enter a second decade of spotlighting business excellence in West London’s business community.
30 March 2023 – Businesses based in the London borough of Ealing were out in full force this week at the launch of the London West Innovation Network, as they celebrated qualifying for competitive business grants that will help them achieve high growth and increased employment locally.
A total of 31 winners were recognised at the 2023 West London Business Awards.
Hosted by impressionist and comedian Rory Bremner and attended by over 400 business leaders, entrepreneurs, and VIPs, the Awards was held at Twickenham Stadium on Friday 24 February.
Businesses across West London are being urged to have their say, and share their challenges and insights into employing more staff locally at sector-specific early January online roundtables. Aimed at digital, hospitality, retail, transport & logistics and manufacturing businesses in the area, these virtual events will shape the in-person West London Skills Summit on Wednesday 25 January, and directly inform how skills shortages are tackled across the area.
Cost of Living Crisis:
West London Business’ New Beneficial Loans Toolkit
Gives Employers Guidance on Interest Free Loans for Staff
As employers grapple with how best to help staff in the midst of a cost of living crisis, West London Business has today released its Beneficial Loans Toolkit, giving employers much-needed practical guidance on how to issue small loans to employees as a manageable and safer alternative to high-interest payday lending. The business group has also recommended that HMRC makes their employer guidance on loans to staff easier to find and understand.