Business growth news
LUMS top for ‘research power’ in UK research ranking
Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) is the most research-intensive business school in the UK, according to the Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) published 18 December 2014.
Lord Heseltine headlines Wave 2 Growth Hub programme showcase
Lord Heseltine delivered the keynote speech at a LUMS event on 8 December that showcased Lancaster University’s role in developing regional economic growth across the UK.
Viewpoint: Alfredo De Massis on disruptive innovation
Family businesses should be excellent at changing direction, and the ideal time to do it is during generational transition, says Professor Alfredo De Massis, writing on the Family Capital website.View on the Family Capital website
Will devolving powers to Manchester really stimulate economic development?
Geraint Johnes says that creation of a nexus of political authority in Manchester may well hinder economic integration of the north rather than aid it.
Lord Heseltine to visit Lancaster for growth hub programme showcase
Former Conservative Deputy Prime Minister Lord Heseltine will speak on the importance of local growth hubs at a special showcase event at Lancaster University Management School.
Supporting trade businesses through the Growth Hub Network
Delegates from across the country attended the recent Lancaster University led workshop on Export and Trade in Tees Valley.