We create and deliver business support programmes that generate sustainable growth.
Since 2009, we have delivered both national and regional business support programmes that have provided value to more than 31,694 SMEs across England, with an economic impact of more than £1bn in GVA.
The Strategic Growth Programme Director rapidly recruited an excellent team of Strategic Growth Managers in October 2020 who engage with the SME’s at a high level and receive excellent feedback at the end of the support period. The experience of the freelance coaches available to support the SME’s meets the professional standards of this Oxford Innovation programme.”
Barbara Greaves – West Yorkshire Combined Authority
From the start of the new Manufacturing Growth Programme, Oxford Innovation have been very supportive of the Coventry and Warwickshire Growth Hub strategy to drive growth across the region, supporting local initiatives, being very responsive and professional to all enquiries we have referred, and updating us continually on progress.”
Phil Peak – Coventry & Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership
Oxford Innovation provide a fundamental pillar of the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly business growth ecosystem, not only as our gateway advisor for business finance and investment, but for bespoke business & leadership coaching and support for high growth start-ups and ambitious businesses wherever they are located across our LEP region.”
Nathan Cudmore – Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership
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ERDF funded support to improve the capability of SMEs in Cornwall and Isles of Scilly to apply for and secure funding for growth.
ERDF funded, specialist business support for SMEs in the manufacturing sector delivered across 18 Local Enterprise Partnership areas.
Oxford Innovation Advice offers Insights into SME needs and policy effectiveness for policy makers, funders and business support commissioners. It draws on our 30 years’ experience of delivering positive economic growth by enabling scale-ups to achieve their full potential. Each edition concludes with an ‘Implications for funders and Policy makers’ section.
Update – Wednesday 15th December 2021