Why my business?
This programme is designed for influential and ambitious SME leaders, in the food and drink sector, interested in connecting with
academic expertise and like-minded peers to address the opportunities and challenges posed by the Net Zero Carbon agenda.
Who you will work with
To stimulate innovation, participants will be grouped based on a shared challenge which they will address with a solutiondriven, collaborative approach. As a result, programme content is emergent and ultimately shaped by you and the other business leaders in your group.
What is involved?
Over a six-month period we will facilitate a series of investigative and action-focused ‘Innovation Collaboratories’ to collectively
map out your goals, challenges, and innovation needs.
When does it start?
The programme begins with a two-day overnight stay activation event designed to stimulate ideas for tackling challenges in
the sector. Liverpool cohort commences 11th and 12th of May 2022.
Benefits to your business
- Network of like-minded peers
- Address key sustainability challenges
- Facilities and resources from 6 leading regional research institutions
- Access award-winning business and innovation support
- Benefit from shared knowledge and skills
- Double the potential return on R&D investment
For further information about Eco-I North West, please register your interest by scanning the QR code on the flyer below, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting: lancaster.ac./lums/eco-i
This programme is fully funded for European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) eligible companies. Visit their website for eligibility details.