Which sectors will create 'high value' jobs?

Wavehill were commissioned by Gwynedd Council to undertake research to identify which high value sectors are (or could be) of most significance to Gwynedd. The aim was to provide information to the High Value Jobs Project Group within Gwynedd Council, that would allow them to decide on a shortlist of sectors that should be targeted, in order to attract investment that will have the most potential to create high-value jobs in Gwynedd either directly, or via the supply chain. The research followed on from work undertaken by Wavehill for Gwynedd Council in August 2014, which established a definition for both ‘high value jobs’ and ‘high value sectors.’ The research undertaken included: A review

Evaluation of the Fourteen Programme

In August 2015 UK Community Foundations commissioned Wavehill to undertake the monitoring and evaluation of Fourteen; a £3.5 million programme funded by Spirit of 2012 (Spirit), a Trust set up by the Big Lottery Fund to build on the success of voluntary participation in the London 2012 Olympics. Spirit is working with the UK Community Foundations (UKCF) and Springboard in Northern Ireland to deliver long-lasting social change in fourteen 14 communities throughout the UK which stretch from Bristol to the Highlands of Scotland. Fourteen communities have been selected to receive three years of funding to increase community participation and improve wellbeing. Wavehill is tasked with establishi


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