This Seminar looks briefly at how best to use these tools, but focuses on better ways to manage business performance pro-actively, not only predict the future but to improve overall performance.
Join us for our next in the Alderley Park Science Seminar Series.
The Symposium will encompass a series of presentations from leading industrial and academic researchers, who will be highlighting cutting edge developments in organic synthetic methodology towards new medicines.
Sara Pomfret, International Trade Adviser at the Department for International Trade North West (DIT NW) will be increasing her presence at the Park to help businesses to internationalise and expand their road to export success.
Join George Osborne for an intimate business briefing: the northern powerhouse - what next? Register now.
As part of our ongoing research seminars Aline Miller from Manchester BIOGEL will be presenting on this subject giving you an opportunity to learn more about the research and capabilities in this field and discover potential collaboration opportunities.
We are approaching a time when your business will have to manage the needs and behaviours of four different generations all at once. And make no mistake, each generation behaves very differently. Baby boomers are natural leaders. Generation X are resilient and cautious. Generation Y are relaxed and instinctively creative. But what can you do to get the best out of each group? And how can you maintain harmony at the same time?
Antimicrobial resistance is an increasingly serious threat to global public health that requires action across all government sectors and society. BioInfect will look at the critical issues relating to the development of new anti-infectives and the endemic problem of resistance.
Applications are now open. NELSA - North England Life Science Accelerator Programme has been established to offer early stage life science businesses access to intensive entrepreneurship and commercialisation training including structured business support programmes, industry expertise, world class facilities and equipment at Alderley Park, and the potential for seed funding.
The Henry Royce Institute, supported by its founding Partners and UK government, is focused on accelerating the commercialisation of materials innovation, by directly supporting startups, spin-outs, SMEs and large corporates, with advice, expertise and facilities access. The Royce Materials Accelerator Forum 2018 is a significant milestone in this mission. It is the first in a series of events bringing together the SMEs leading materials innovation in the UK, with a number of funders, advisors and supporters.
As part of our ongoing research seminars Masih Alam from Immundz will be presenting on this subject giving you an opportunity to learn more about the research and capabilities in this field and discover potential collaboration opportunities.
Are you serious about growing your business? We will cover finance, team building, marketing and business planning, all packaged into a framework and tool-set. Come along to Action Coach’s seminar and walk away with ideas and strategies for your business – guaranteed.
Join Elaine Bignall, Professor of Infection Biology, founding member and Co-Director of the Manchester Fungal Infection Group (MFIG) - the centre of international excellence for fungal diseases research.
Insider’s New Golden Triangle breakfast event, which is free to attend, will hear from key stakeholders in the region and how they are planning to sell the region on a global stage to international businesses and investors. We will assess how the industries and businesses that call it home have become exemplars and how they continue to shape its economic identity and sector expertise.
Are you one of thousands of businesses ignoring valuable tax relief?
Research and development tax credits present a massive tax saving opportunity to businesses, potentially allowing companies like yours to claim back thousands of pounds spent on innovation - yet only a fraction of eligible companies are actually making claims.
Haines Watts is providing a free of charge short presentation to provide essential advice and to answer the most common questions.
Join SAP’s webinar and explore how Gustave Roussy and The Christie NHS Foundation are using intelligent technologies to keep pace of digital transformation.
This event will explore Greater Manchester’s footprint (including Cheshire East) research assets, the Greater Manchester Research Hub, the GM Universities, the national R&D facility for targeted medicines, diagnostics, and biomarkers and the NHS infrastructure available to support Research and Innovation in the region.
Please note this is a customer only event. As part of our new research seminar series this is an opportunity to learn more about the aims and capabilities of the Medicines Discovery Catapult.
This meeting will provide invaluable guidance (eligibility, criteria, scope, PLUS grant writing best practice) to those considering applications for the following funding competitions…
MIDAS, Manchester's inward investment agency invite you to join them at the iconic Museum of Science and Industry on Wednesday 5th September to hear an expert panel debate the challenges in developing successful public private partnerships (PPPs) in healthcare.
This training seminar aims to show you how to use Outlook to improve the efficiency and clarity of communication and organisation. While there are many advantages to a structured and efficient use of Outlook an immediate benefit is simply creating time to focus on your business.
After being diagnosed with stage 4 ovarian cancer in 2007, Sue was left with limited treatment options and so in 2010, she enrolled in a Lynparza clinical trial. Sue remains in remission and will join us at the Park to share her story and answer your questions.
Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership is consulting on its draft Transport Strategy setting out how transport provision within Cheshire and Warrington should develop over the next 20 years. The proposal underpins the LEPs’ objective of making the area a £50 billion a year economy by 2040.