Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership Appoints Nigel Hall as New Board Member to drive Innovation in the County.
Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has announced the appointment of Nigel Hall as its newest board member.
As the LEP seeks to realise its ambitious 20-year plan for the county, Nigel’s appointment marks another milestone in the organisation’s journey towards sustainable economic growth through innovation and technology.
Nigel brings a wealth of leadership experience to the role, having worked his way up from an apprentice engineer to holding multiple senior positions across the UK and internationally. He has demonstrated a keen ability to guide and develop businesses at all stages, including globally recognised brands like Orange (now EE), KPMG, McLaren & PRSforMusic.
Nigel is also passionate about mentoring and supporting early-stage businesses to help create the business leaders of the future.
In Worcestershire, Nigel has already made a significant impact. He served on the Advisory Board for BetaDen, Worcestershire’s Technology Accelerator programme, which was awarded Best Technology Accelerator of the Year at the UK Business Tech Awards 2022.
Nigel’s expertise in technology and innovation will be invaluable to the LEP as it seeks to enhance Worcestershire’s reputation as a hub for cutting-edge businesses.
“I am truly honoured to join the Worcestershire LEP board and contribute to its vision for the county,” said Nigel Hall. “Having lived in Worcestershire for much of my life, I am committed to working with the LEP and its partners to ensure the county remains at the forefront of innovation and technology.”
Paul Walker, Chair of the Worcestershire LEP, welcomed Nigel to the board, stating, “Nigel’s appointment is a significant milestone in our journey towards creating a more prosperous future for Worcestershire. His expertise in technology and innovation will help us drive growth in key sectors and aim to attract investment to the region.”
Businesses interested in engaging with the work of the Worcestershire LEP can contact the team at email@example.com.
To learn more about Nigel Hall and the Worcestershire LEP board, please visit www.wlep.co.uk.