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Yesterday I hosted my first event at Engine Shed – the inaugural Scale-up Pow Wow kindly supported by Smith & Williamson. This was an opportunity to bring together those people who are passionate about scale-up businesses and those leading scale-up businesses in the West of England.
To find out more about what was discussed, announced and pitched, check out the Storify below:
Now our challenge is to work out how to best drive forward collaboration across the private and public sector to ensure our scale-up ecosystem is one of those that Professor Isenberg is able to cite in his work. I’ll be working on projects specifically around:
If you want to work together on these projects, whether you were at the Pow Wow, or would like to be at the next one, please get in touch, my details are below.
This blog series tells the story of the Scale-up Enabler, Briony Phillips. Briony joined the Engine Shed team on a 1 year contract in June 2017 funded by Business West, Engine Shed, The University of Bristol and the West of England Growth Hub. This group have a shared ambition – first, to identify scale-up businesses in the West of England region and to better understand their challenges and second, to design, facilitate and support initiatives that will make it easier for businesses to scale-up more effectively – in the long term.
Links and information are correct as of September 2017.
Briony – Scale-up Enabler