1.About us 1.1.The South East Midlands Local Enterprise Partnership (SEMLEP) has a central role in determining local economic priorities and securing investment to support business innovation and growth. To do this we link together the public and private sectors with academia to coordinate housing, transport, commercial development, energy infrastructure and raise workforce skills, in line with employers' needs, for the benefit of the wider economic area. We prioritise driving up productivity, creating jobs and promoting long-term, sustainable growth. 1.2.SEMLEP has three main roles in delivering strategic economic growth. 1.2.1.Setting the strategic direction for the area's future economic opportunities, challenges and priorities. 1.2.2.Direct intervention to increase growth. We are responsible for securing and overseeing the spend of two main sources of growth funding as well as coordinating business support through our Growth Hub 1.2.3.Facilitating growth by convening partners to assist cross-boundary collaboration on short and long-term economic issues. 2.Background 2.1.GRIP is funded by North Northamptonshire Council via the UK Government's Community Renewal Fund. 2.2.The programme will provide support to 100 businesses in North and West Northamptonshire that are looking at ways to grow, improve productivity and increase the sustainability of their business. This will be achieved by providing one to one support; one to many workshops and gra...hly, have provided a satisfactory information of the key members that will be involved on the project delivery and their relevant experience compared to the requirements of the brief. Has provided very good response, covering all the key deliverables 8-10Average. Has provided adequate / fair information regarding the key members that will be involved on the project delivery and their relevant experience compared to the requirements of the brief 4 -7Poor, have not provided satisfactory information 0-320% Social Value: The proposal needs to show the social value of the contract and how your business contributes to the society and community in which you operate.Exceptional, covered thoroughly, providing apprenticeship and placements, helping local charities and other community work. Score 8-10Average. Brief covered adequately, Do community and charity work but do not provide apprenticeship/ placements or vice versa. Score 4-7Does not meet requirements of brief. Score 0-35% Interview If your organization scores high enough in the previous criteria then you will be invited in for interview.Exceptional, all questions were answered fully and the responses fully covered what was expected. 8-10Good, questions were answered by there were some gaps in the responses. 4-7Did not provide satisfactory responses to the majority of the questions. 0-315% Total100%
Innovation Centre, Cranfield University Technology Park
Contract value: 20000-35000
Published: 31 Jan 2022, Receipt by: 17 Feb 2022
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