What we deliver for London

Our work has added £2.2bn to the London economy since 2011.

Delivering for London

Watch the video to learn more about what we do and our contribution to the London economy.

Creating and supporting jobs and growth for London

We support economic growth and job creation for London by attracting investment, businesses, events, visitors and students today, helping London businesses to internationalise and building London’s reputation for tomorrow. Since we were created in 2011, we have contributed to the success of London.

Find out more about our achievements in our annual reviews and quarterly reports.

Our impact since 2011


added to London's economy


jobs created or supported


overseas companies set up or expanded


international students reached


people inspired through visitlondon.com


events attracted


pieces of international media coverage

How we do it

We promote London across the world and attract overseas companies, events, students and visitors to the capital, as well as helping London companies expand internationally.

We do this by persuading international companies to set up and grow here and London companies to go global; helping to secure business, major sporting and cultural events; promoting London to international leisure visitors, and by positioning London as the best place for higher education.

We measure the impact of our work through the additional economic benefits that are directly attributable to our activities. Our key performance indicators are gross value added (GVA), jobs created or supported and positive international media coverage.

You can find out more about our work and how we specifically measure our impact below.

Our results

Discover the value we have added to London with our latest reports.

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A beautiful sunset fills backdrops the London skyline and The O2.

Measuring our impact

Find out more about London & Partners’ economic impact and evaluation methodology.

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The great thing about London & Partners is that you really feel they’ve got your back. And they really open doors for you.
Neil Small, Director, Lucid Environments