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What is SIP?

Sheffield Innovation Programme is a regional initiative which aims to stimulate business growth and promote the development of long-term relationships with SMEs by providing access to a broad range of academic expertise and university facilities. The support is in the form of bespoke research and innovation based consultancy, workshops and other events.

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Our feedback so far

“Without the help and professional support of Sheffield Hallam University, we would never have got our product off the ground.”

Paul CannonOwner, Cannon Electrical Services

“The project with Sheffield Hallam University provides important opportunities for us to co-operate with academic expertise.”

Mike AndrewsDirector, AI Materials

“It certainly helped me knowing that my work was applicable in the real world. I saw all elements of the company – design, process and manufacturing.”

Dr Heather DriscollSports engineering researcher, Centre for Sports Engineering Research

Driving Business Success


Sheffield Business School at Sheffield Hallam University will be running a series of practitioner workshops aimed at those in operational or management roles who wish to further optimise their personal effectiveness and impact in driving forward business success. Themes include leadership, innovation, high performance teams and your customer value proposition. Join us for breakfast…

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Our 'Science of #Brewing' workshop yesterday was well received with @SheffBeerWeek praising the "good varied subject matter", many thanks!

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24th July 2017

Machine Vision Workshop Overview

27th June 2017 in Workshops

‘Science of Brewing’ workshop goes down a treat

Through the Sheffield Innovation Programme, Sheffield city region breweries were invited to spend two days learning about the science behind the brewing process and yeast cultivation and tour the microbiology... Read More
14th June 2017 in Workshops

Working with Robots workshop a success

The SIP 'Working With Robots' workshop was well attended last week at Factory 2050. People were introduced to the potential benefits of collaborative robotics and information was provided on the expertise... Read More

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