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.
Our feedback so far
“I got a real sense of the university's genuine passion for developing technology and for working collaboratively with ethics at the forefront. The knowledgeable and generous facilitators, together with the university's impressive infrastructure, will be sure to expedite and enhance your progress.”Becky LyneDirector at Tryumph Health
“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
“"There was a good varied subject matter with lots of time to ask questions and lots of useful information provided" - The Science of Brewing workshop”Jules GrayCo-owner of Hop Hideout
“The project with Sheffield Hallam University provides important opportunities for us to co-operate with academic expertise.”Mike AndrewsDirector, AI Materials
BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING NETWORKING DINNER
Sheffield Hallam University’s Department of the Natural and Built Environment are hosting a dinner in partnership with Autodesk. Join us to find out more about how cloud enabled design collaboration can improve the Building Information Modelling (BIM) process, and explore other new trends that may affect ways of working over the next decade.
Bolsover Business Network Event 15/11/17
The Bolsover Business Network Event is now open for registrations! This is an exciting opportunity to help you generate more business by networking with likeminded entrepreneurs, engaging with inspirational speakers and chatting with key players who can help you grow your business. The theme of the next Network event is the role of innovation and entrepreneurship, to coincide…Read More
‘Science of Brewing’ with the Biomolecular Science Research Centre
The Biomolecular Science Research Centre (BSRC) at Sheffield Hallam University held workshops for Sheffield city regional brewers for a second time this year. The two day workshops covered the chemistry of brewing, genetics of yeast strains, bacterial contamination and “off-flavours” in beer. Feedback from attendees included “good varied subject matter” and “lots of useful information”. Dr Jamie Young from the…Read More