Building regional innovation in hard-to-get-to places:A Cumbrian business support case study

Lambert, Chris (2018) Building regional innovation in hard-to-get-to places:A Cumbrian business support case study. In: PraxisAuril Autumn Conference 2018, 2018-10-042018-10-05, Hilton Hotel.

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Abstract

The Cumbria Innovations Platform project is an ERDF-funded initiative delivered by Lancaster University and the University of Cumbria to help address reported levels of lower innovation in an area with poor transport links. The presentation will describe the approach taken by the partners to support Cumbrian SMEs to collaborate, innovate and grow. It will describe a regional innovation support funnel using three tiered mechanisms by the partners to engage and work with beneficiaries. It will reflect on the experiences enabling others to learn from it.

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Contribution to Conference (Paper)
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PraxisAuril Autumn Conference 2018
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128187
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15 Oct 2018 16:21
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