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Switch Up – our chosen charity of the year

The vital work of Switch Up is wholly dependent on the support of others, with the local business community playing a crucial role in the difference we’re able to make. As such, we’re honoured to have been chosen as Invest in Nottingham’s Charity of the Year. Switch Up (and its sister charity Nottingham School of… Read more

Invest in Nottingham announce new hire, Raj Birring

2022 marks an exciting year for the Invest in Nottingham team. The team have announced a key new hire, Raj Birring, to assist in its inward investment projects. Raj will be working alongside James Mann and Nicolle Ndiweni, and the rest of the team, to promote Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, to support businesses moving to the… Read more

Have you ever wondered what the makeup of Nottingham’s businesses is like and the value they add to the economy?

In Nottingham we are fortunate that we have a diverse economy, with both historical and current pioneering activity from our many interesting and exciting businesses. Members of Nottingham Partners too are varied and cover the large and the small, the old and the new, with organisations in the arts, hospitality, development, construction, biotechnology, and telecoms… Read more

Sell out Christmas event returns to Wollaton for 2021  

Nottingham Partners founding member Eden PR is again supporting the hugely successful sparkling Christmas at Wollaton event. Last year Nottingham’s Wollaton Hall & Deer Park was transformed into Christmas at Wollaton  an enchanting, unique, outdoor festive installation, the first ever such event held in Nottingham. For the first time the event will be offering VIP Packages… Read more

The University of Nottingham welcomes the country’s first Electro-mechanical Engineer Degree Apprentices

Jasmine Hibbert, Apprentice Engineer   Employees from a range of engineering businesses across the country have come together this week to form the first cohort on the pioneering Electro-mechanical Engineer Degree Apprenticeship at the University of Nottingham. The degree-level Electro-mechanical Engineering Apprenticeship standard was only approved for delivery in December 2020, making the apprentices not only the… Read more