Already comparatively productive, growth prospects for the marine sector in particular are strong.
Also on the agenda are sport medicine, regenerative medicine, musculoskeletal health, ageing, dementia and rehabilitation in tandem with sport and exercise imaging.
There will be developments to the range of health clinics for clinical interventions. Currently these public clinics include the Macmillan cancer clinics, a dementia clinic, back pain clinics, speech and language therapy clinics, sports therapy rehabilitation and strength and conditioning clinics.
We support the diversification into professionally oriented programmes, and branching into the commercial maritime sector is of particular importance to us as an LEP, and this is one of the smart specialisations within Plymouth and the Peninsula City Deal. It will improve employment opportunities for graduates and give the university scope to develop facilities supporting innovation and entrepreneurship which is recognised as a key element of the student journey.
University bosses are also in talks with a communications company to develop a 'Smart Campus' as part of a drive to put digital innovation at the centre of the student experience. This initiative is being led by Dr Liz Smith, recently appointed to take forward learning, teaching and the student experience across the University by developing themes of digital, global and professional education to support all students.
Its growing work in creative arts, enterprise, language and culture will also be boosted by the funds, through investment in exhibition and performances spaces on the Derriford campus.HotSW LEP, government and key industry and academic partners All Business, leadership & ideas Innovate UK MOU – delivery plan B1 HotSW LEP and Innovate UK HotSW LEP, central government Innovate UK and key HotSW LEP to confirm Develop a delivery plan with Innovate UK to create more opportunities for HotSW businesses to Cross-regional.
1st Jan, LEP leaders shine in Queen's New Year Honours. Business leaders from some of England’s Local Enterprise Partnerships, the organisations tasked with increasing local growth and productivity across t. Growing a business. Growing a business; Starting a Business; One of our dedicated Business Advisors will spend three hours with you completing a face-to-face Business Diagnostic & Support Plan.
(HotSW LEP) area and two of the delivery partners. To access support, businesses can register here. Alternatively contact one of our Advisors;. HotSW LEP’s Annual Conference & AGM With business support taster sessions taking place throughout the afternoon with the HotSW Growth Hub We would like to invite you to register for the HotSW LEP’s Annual Conference & AGM which will be held on Friday, 10th November at the Somerset County Cricket Grounds in Taunton.
Doing Business with Local Councils Workshop 4th December HotSW LEP Annual Conference and AGM 4th December University of Plymouth Business Networking Breakfast 4th December Doing It Ourselves – Plymouth Co-operative Economy Plan Launch 4th December £25 million South West Institute of Technology plan reaches funding bid final.
Creating better collaboration between education establishments and business is a key principal of the LEP’s strategies, particularly when it comes to developing skills in STEM subjects and helping local people pursue higher value careers. “HotSW and.