Bangor Business School is or has been a partner institution of the following research projects, all of which have received substantial funding from external sources such as the Welsh Assembly Government, the European Social Fund and the Economic Regional Development Fund.
North Wales Business Academy
The North Wales Business Academy supports business growth and competitiveness in the region by delivering university-accredited leadership and management qualifications. Supported by £2.8m of EU funds, the scheme enables employers to access training and staff development opportunities with subsidies of up to 70%. The project is led by Grŵp Llandrillo Menai in partnership with Bangor University, Coleg Cambria and Glyndwr University.
LEAD Wales was designed to develop and enhance the leadership skills of owners of small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) located across Wales, and to address the challenges faced by owner-managers.
The GIFT (Green Innovation Future Technologies) project was designed to establish a cross border forum with the intention of growing a sustainable “green economy” in the Interreg regions of Wales and Ireland.
Menter Iontach Nua
Menter Iontach Nua was a learning, networking and support initiative designed to improve the innovation, creativity and entrepreneurial skills of social enterprises through training, mentoring and networking opportunities.