The Gatwick Diamond is located just 35 minutes from central London with London Gatwick Airport at its heart. Many global companies and innovative enterprises have chosen the area for their regional headquarters.
Grant applications are now being accepted for the £120 million Growth Programme to support business growth and job creation in rural areas.
Gatwick contributed £5.3 billion - or 0.3% of the UK’s GDP - and supported 85,000 jobs in 2016, according to the most detailed assessment of Gatwick’s economic impact ever undertaken.
Gatwick Airport is to take over as the headline sponsors of two of the most important events for schools and colleges in the region – the 2017 Crawley STEMfest and the Big Bang Fair South East.
Gatwick Diamond Initiative Co-Chairs write to the Secretary of State for Transport following discussions held at the Management Board and Promote Group regarding the Southern Rail disruption.
The Gatwick Diamond Initiative is a business-led strategic partnership focused on creating the right conditions for growth for existing and inbound businesses.
The area is home to global brands so you are in good company - from medical technologies, devices and life sciences to advanced manufacturing and a vibrant professional services sector, supported by an excellent education and R&D base.
With plenty of office, industrial and light industrial premises available, our strategic location offers exciting opportunities for companies located here. There's no better place for your business investment.
Businesses in the Gatwick Diamond have a better than ever opportunity to trade internationally. Last year alone, Gatwick Airport added more than twenty new services to worldwide destinations and forged new partnerships with a host of airlines.
13 January 2017
A report by Oxford Economics reveals that Gatwick Airport contributed £5.3bn to the UK economy in 2016 and could support an extra 13,000 new jobs by 2025 with its existing single runway – and lift its total contribution to the national economy to £6.5 billion - if passenger numbers grow by around 20% from 43 million a year today – a growth rate broadly similar to that achieved in the last 5 years.
07 March 2017, 09:30 - 07 March 2017, 11:30
Join us on Tuesday 7th March for a Case Study visit at Glyndebourne Opera House & Country Home.
09 August 2016 - Jeff Alexander
I am writing this on the first day of the Southern Rail guards strike which follows months of misery for commuters and disruption and loss for busines…
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