Networking workshop with a difference

23 May 2019

Published in: Member News

Birmingham City University has an established Centre to support the growth and development of SMEs.



Are you achieving your growth aspirations?


Do you have the expertise and technical skills to make sure you grow?


If the answers to both of these questions is not an outright yes, you may be interested in this free workshop and networking event.


Join us for refreshments and networking and find out how education and business can work together, for the benefit of Small & Medium Enterprise (SME) performance and growth


Birmingham City University has an established Centre to support the growth and development of SMEs.


The Centre for Enterprise, Innovation and Growth (CEIG) was set up in 2016 to help SMEs develop and grow. As part of this, CEIG has developed a Promoting Sustainable Performance (PSP) diagnostic tool for firms to use in examining how to achieve growth.


SME growth is integral to successful local economies, communities, and entrepreneurs. Only a limited number of SMEs however actively pursue growth. Most firms are constrained by factors including employee skills, finance, innovation, and strategic planning. For SMEs to address these obstacles, Professor Mark Gilman at CEIG developed Promoting Sustainable Performance (PSP), a diagnostic focused on helping SMEs grow quicker, work better, and perform more competitively.


Benefits to Business include:

• An opportunity to reflect critically on your business

• Access to a 4 page diagnostic analysis on business growth practice

• Opportunity to participate in further intensive research with CEIG to aid your growth


Date: Thursday 6th June 2019

Time: 16:00h-18:00h

Venue: West Bromwich St. James, Hill Top, West Bromwich B70 OSB

To book onto this workshop, please sign up through the link here.

 A full agenda will be sent to registered delegates 

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