The Low Carbon Innovation Forum is a peer network programme run by Lancaster University. It’s designed to help your business to take steps towards improving its carbon footprint, and become more profitable in the process.
The six month business support programme is designed for SMEs throughout Lancashire. It can help you to identify opportunities to develop new products and services which have low carbon benefits.
The programme is delivered by Lancaster University Management School and is part of the Centre for Global Eco-Innovation. It’s available fully-funded to eligible European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) businesses.
Aims of The Low Carbon Innovation Forum
Although the primary aim of the programme is to encourage the development of products and services with a low carbon footprint, there are many other advantages to be gained for your business:
– See how your business could create competitive advantage by developing new products and services with low carbon benefit
– Learn how you could use emerging technologies and processes to reduce carbon emissions and costs, from leading academics at Lancaster Environment Centre.
– Use business development tools to create a dynamic business model which ﬁt the UK Clean Growth Strategy
– Discuss global challenges and opportunities presented by the transition to a low carbon economy within a trusted peer network of like-minded SMEs
If you would like to know more about how your business can benefit by being more green, just get in touch with us at Jones Harris for more information. We can also signpost you to the right person to contact about this programme.
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