Edge Hill’s Small and Medium Enterprise Productivity & Innovation Centre (SME PIC) has been shortlisted in the Educate North Awards 2022 in recognition of its impactful work supporting local businesses to scale-up over the past 12 months.
Four Edge Hill University students have been given the opportunity to enhance their commercial skills and knowledge after securing placements working with small and medium enterprises (SMEs) across the North West.
A scale-up programme delivered by business experts at Edge Hill University has created hundreds of new jobs for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Lancashire.
Edge Hill University has teamed up with The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority to help dozens of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the region to scale-up.
Business experts at Edge Hill University have been awarded more than £100,000 in government-backed funding.
Edge Hill University and its partners have pulled together in response to the COVID-19 crisis. By bringing together its world-leading knowledge, state-of-the-art equipment and community spirit, the University is continuing to innovate and improve lives during the pandemic.
Edge Hill University’s Productivity and Innovation Centre (PIC) has reached a major milestone after welcoming the 100th small-to-medium enterprise (SME) to pass through its scale-up programme.
More than 400 employees from across 220 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Lancashire have signed up to participate in one of the county’s major leadership skills programmes, delivered by Edge Hill’s Business School.
Edge Hill University’s Innovation Sprint Programme, a key initiative within the Productivity & Innovation Centre (PIC), has been successfully extended until 2023 through renewed support from Lancashire LEP and MHCLG. The Programme has been successfully delivering product and service innovation support to SMEs since 2017, improving their productivity and driving profitable growth.
Edge Hill University joined the Lord Lieutenant and business leaders from across Lancashire in a virtual visit from His Royal Highness (HRH) The Earl of Wessex, to showcase how the region has pulled together during the Covid-19 pandemic.