An innovative and collaborative five-year strategy which aims to boost Croydon’s thriving economy was approved by cabinet last night (18 November).
An innovative Croydon campaign to help 100 residents into a wide range of apprenticeships in 100 days hits 50 at the halfway mark (today, 11 October) with more than 50 further vacancies already pledged.
Apprentices working at Croydon Council are now being paid the London Living Wage, as the authority continues to invest in the borough and the people living within it.
Croydon Council is reviewing part of its Local Plan to update the vision and strategy for Croydon’s growth up to 2040, and set out how the borough will continue to deliver much-needed new homes, jobs and community facilities.
The support offered by Croydon Council to get hundreds of residents into jobs and enable small businesses to grow has been awarded as the best in the capital.
Croydon Council has partnered with SaveTheHighStreet.org to host a free conference later this month to help support high street businesses across the borough.
Two new council schemes to increase the number of apprentices in Croydon were launched today (Tuesday) at an event attended by more than 300 students, employers and residents.
More than 150 events to help promote business in Croydon have taken place over 2018, Croydon’s Year of Business.
Local employers from industries as diverse as construction, aviation and law enforcement will be talent-spotting at the National Employability Day jobs fair in the town centre on Friday 29 June.
Representatives from small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Croydon are being invited to share their views on how the council can support local companies in becoming more successful.
Local businesses from across the borough are welcome to attend […]