The Industrial Strategy - Making It Work For You
Lancaster University would like to invite you to an exclusive event to find out about accessing the Government’s £279m Industrial Strategy fund to tackle the big societal and industrial challenges.
Whether a business, public sector body or community organisation, through our exhibition, talks, 1-2-1s and tours, you can find out how Lancaster University’s expertise, facilities and specialist staff can help shape and achieve your objectives.
The Industrial Strategy sets out Grand Challenges to put the UK at the forefront of the industries of the future. The first four Grand Challenges are focused on the global trends: artificial intelligence and data, ageing society, clean growth and the future of mobility.
1) Find out how to access funding from the Industrial Strategy and other funding streams and gain insights on local to national perspectives from businesses, researchers and policy makers from our guest speakers.
2) Meet our specialists and find out how to:
- Develop new products and services
- Collaborate on research and consultancy
- Access student talent
- Increase competitiveness and productivity through professional development
- Expand your business network
- Access office space, lab space, hot desks and over £45m state-of-the-art facilities
3) When you register, you can request a 1-2-1 with one of our award-winning Partnerships and Business Engagement experts to discuss your particular needs.
4) You can also take a tour of our facilities– including cTAP, InfoLab21,Lancaster Environment Centre and Faculty of Health and Medicine, and find out more about the new £41M Health and Innovation Campus.
5) Network with like-minded organisations over lunch.
Our exhibition showcases the latest business engagement opportunities from across Lancaster University, including our Centre for Global Eco-Innovation, Health Innovation Campus, RECIRCULATE, Science and Technology Student Engagement Team, Lancaster University Management School, U Start, Faculty of Health and Medicine, and the Cumbria Innovation Platform, plus the Northern Health Science Alliance and the Lancashire Enterprise Partnership.