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.
A new joint initiative led by Edge Hill University to support the adoption of productivity-boosting digital technologies in SME manufactures, has officially been launched across the north-west.
Edge Hill University has joined partners in the Leeds City Region to launch a new £1.7 million project to enhance the resilience and growth of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Minority groups have been the focus of an Edge Hill leadership skills course during lockdown to encourage more women, the BAME community and people with disabilities into senior positions.
Business experts from Edge Hill University are now offering exclusive digital-based crisis recovery sessions to the region’s SMEs.
Edge Hill’s academic expertise has been harnessed to create a dynamic recovery framework to help SMEs through the Covid-19 crisis.
Place leaders across Lancashire have pledged their commitment to working together to shape the future success of the local economy at an event hosted at Edge Hill University.
The first awards evening hosted by Edge Hill’s Productivity and Innovation Centre (PIC), brought together some of the finest SMEs and business partners from across Lancashire.
Lancashire businesses are thriving thanks to Edge Hill University providing support to make them more profitable and innovative.