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A unique, practical programme designed to help the leaders of established small businesses and social enterprises define and achieve their business growth aspirations.
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The Knowledge Action Network (KAN) features as an example of good practice in delivering growth, in a new guide launched to help universities.
Here at the Centre for Enterprise we like nothing more than to make a great big song and dance about the businesses that we have worked with. Among our alumni are regular award winners and businesses going from strength to strength, so here’s a quick look at their recent achievements.
Local energy-saving manufacturer EnergyAce (formerly Power Efficient Systems Ltd (PES)) is roaring out of the recession, doubling its staff to 20 employees in just one year, also doubling its turnover and quadrupling the size of its manufacturing facility!
Report produced by Manchester Metropolitan University Business School, together with leading academic institutions: Aston Business School, Leeds University Business School, UCL and Saïd Business School
Hundreds of enterprise specialists from across the globe swelled Manchester's coffers by an estimated £350,000 for November's Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) Conference in the city.