Scale up your business with free Leeds Beckett workshops26 February 2019
Leeds Beckett University is set to host a series of free events in March to help small and medium-sized businesses to grow and thrive.
Last chance to enter the 2019 Business Advantage Awards14 January 2019
Do you want to win more than £6,000 worth of support and mentoring for your new or early-stage business? Apply now for the 2019 Business Advantage Awards, run by Leeds Beckett University in partnership with law firm Lupton Fawcett, accountants WGN and Yorkshire Bank.
Awards of up to £80k available for medical technology collaborations20 December 2018
There is still time for Leeds Beckett researchers working in fields linked to medical technologies to apply for the latest round of funding to develop innovative new products that will benefit patients.
Experts to offer free business advice in Halifax and Wakefield20 December 2018
Leeds Beckett University is set to offer a series of free workshops in the new year to boost the success of small businesses in the Halifax area and give start-up advice to entrepreneurs in Wakefield.
Small business project hailed most inspiring in Europe12 December 2018
A collaboration to get small businesses into new European markets quickly and efficiently - led in the UK by Leeds Beckett University – has been recognised as 2018’s most creative and inspiring entrepreneurial initiative in Europe.
Event for small businesses to boost their online brand14 November 2018
New and growing digital businesses in West Yorkshire are invited to attend a free event in Halifax around the importance of creating a strong online brand identity.
Show homes are shown the door with new virtual reality experience6 November 2018
A new virtual reality show home experience is revolutionising the house-buying journey for clients of Leeds-based property developers, Citu.
Virtual physiotherapy system for Stroke survivors31 October 2018
An intelligent system to support home rehabilitation for Stroke survivors has been developed by a Leeds Beckett University academic.
Physio technique found to reduce pain for cancer patients24 October 2018
Thousands of cancer patients could receive life-enhancing physiotherapy treatment thanks to new research by a Leeds Beckett PhD student, funded by the Jane Tomlinson Appeal.