research for regional businesses with a global reach
According to research conducted by Ambient Insight, the global Game-based Learning market is on target to hit US$ 7.3 billion by 2021.
The University of Chester Business Research Institute (BRI) was established in 2014 as a faculty level research institute. The BRI focuses its activities on building and developing the University’s business research, knowledge transfer and consultancy capability and capacity.
Congratulations to Henry Sidsaph for winning the GCWAL International Impact (Highly Commended) Prize, to recognise his work on ‘The role of Sustainable Development in advancing innovation and competitive advantage in small companies within Alternative Food Networks’.
Strengthening Innovation in Business and Science, building the local knowledge base and enhancing skills development among 18 to 25-year-olds are vital to the long-term future and sustainability of the region and were the critical key factors that emerged from this year’s Chester Forum.
Business leaders and politicians from across the North West will join academics to reflect on the Northern Powerhouse being turned from political concept into economic reality and what it means for Cheshire, Warrington and the wider region over the next decade.