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LUMS for Business
We continue to join with businesses of all sizes to develop and deliver solutions to new and changing challenges.
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At Lancaster University Management School, we have a proud and established reputation for our partnerships and relations with employers, businesses, entrepreneurs and managers across the North West, the UK and beyond.
Our world-leading academics, talented students and valuable practitioners with experience of business at all levels offer unique insights and abilities to introduce positive change to your organisation.
Working with companies large and small, we offer a variety of avenues to pursue collaboration and engagement opportunities.
We have continued to operate our programmes through the Covid-19 lockdowns, using our expertise in digital delivery to ensure organisations can benefit from our advice and guidance in how best to deal with these unprecedented circumstances.
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We have embraced fully-digital delivery within our programmes, allowing us to continue delivering our successful initiatives for businesses and individuals. Our business growth programmes offer skills and valuable peer support; our academics, students and graduates bring fresh ideas and innovative solutions; and our executive education team can shape programmes to your needs.
Benefit from our expertise in supporting SME leaders across the North West
Our students are a fresh stream of energy and ambition. Let us introduce you to the kind of talent that will be important to your future.
Helping businesses through our ongoing series of events.
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