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Developing the Next Generation of Innovative Business Women – Pink Link Ladies
November 30 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 amFree
Do you want to see your product flying off the shelves?
Turn your bright idea into a thriving success with a chance to access approximately £15k in funding!
If you’d like to scale up and reach bigger markets, developing, testing and proving your products can cost you a small fortune. So how would you like the opportunity to benefit from world class scientific expertise, technical knowledge and state of the art equipment?
Lancaster University and the Yordas Group’s programme will provide you with the tools and methods to speed up innovation for your products and processes. They will help you solve business challenges and design innovative solutions to overcome them.
Melissa Snover, Founder of Nourished said “It is so important to engage with academics and scientists who can ensure that your products are tried and tested before they are available in the market place. Their knowledge and resources are invaluable to the success of a product, not only ensuring that information for the customer is accurate and safe but all options can be explored.”
Lancashire’s* female entrepreneurs have the chance to get involved with this fully funded scheme to help you to take your business to the next level, increase productivity, reach new markets and gain the recognition that you deserve.
These are some of the areas that are covered:
⭐ Scaling up
⭐ Product compliance
⭐ Environmental solutions
⭐ Waste disposal
⭐ Management systems
Come along and share your innovation challenge. Allow us to help you take your business to the next level.
Join us at 10am on Tuesday 30 November to find out more about the NextGenChem Hub project and how you can use this fully funded support to kick start 2022 for your business.
Book your FREE online place here to find out more
NextGenChem is a Lancashire-based Hub for chemistry innovation. Our mission is to help local businesses develop next-generation technology solutions, improved products and novel materials. The programme is co-designed between Lancaster University and Yordas Group to address R&D challenges