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Who’s who in Yorkshire and the Humber. Isobel Mills, Director, BIS Local YHNE. Who we are and why What we do Issues and challenges for the sector Things to think about. To cover. BIS genuinely wanting local colour and texture Local economic development 6 BIS Local teams – around 70 people

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who s who in yorkshire and the humber

Who’s who in Yorkshire and the Humber

Isobel Mills, Director, BIS Local YHNE

to cover
Who we are and why

What we do

Issues and challenges for the sector

Things to think about

To cover
who we are and why i
BIS genuinely wanting local colour and texture

Local economic development

6 BIS Local teams – around 70 people

YH(NE) 7+7

(still) based in Leeds

Who we are and why (I)
who we are and why ii
Collecting business (and other) insights and feeding back

Making sure localities are up with, and making most of, policies

Joining up (most business comments not about BIS)

Northern perspective

Who we are and why (II)
what we do
Landing economic opportunities

Mitigating impacts of economic shocks

Connecting the pieces

Interpreting programmes

Keeping alive the YH story

What we do
what we do ii
Local Enterprise Partnerships

Local Authorities

Business Support Organisations

HE and FE

Community Economic Development

What we do (II)
issues and challenges for the sector
Dealing with the deficit

Centralism and Localism

Radicalism of changes

Memory and capacity

Timing and survival

Issues and Challenges for the Sector
things to think about
Priorities: who do you really need to get to/at

Allies: who understands and can help

Compelling new economic models – good capitalism

Where are the new opportunities?

Things to think about