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New low carbon programme for Lancashire businesses starting soon

Lancaster University Management School has just a few places left on its new Low Carbon Innovation Forum.  The programme kicks off on 21st June and will be of interest to businesses looking to innovate and understand how the low carbon agenda is important for future business growth.

This is a six month programme for business leaders of Small and Medium-sized enterprises, and includes workshops, access to Masterclasses, an overnight experiential, an eco-innovation challenge and a company visit. This is a fully-funded programme available to European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) eligible companies.

The aim of this programme is to provide the tools and the support business leaders need to develop new processes, products and services with reduced environmental impact. The development of a low-carbon agenda for business could ultimately lead to: increased sales; more efficient processes with reduced waste, transport costs or water usage; or a more diverse offering for competitive advantage.

For more information about this opportunity, please contact Pete Cornwall on: 01524 510728 or by emailing [email protected]



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